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No. 1-20. 




MUSHBfBfmimit, 




Seventh Semi-Annual Sale 



OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN 



COINS AND MEDALS. 







MOUNT PLEASANT, ROXBURY, MASS., 



GoV&ivmrfel 20, 1 &* 6 O . 

In describing the following collection I have used the 
same care as in my preceding catalogues to make the descrip- 
tion conform, as nearly as possible, to the exact condition of 
the piece, and trust that no material discrepancy will be 
found. 

It is my present intention, as soon after this sale as the 
catalogue can be prepared — perhaps in the latter part of Jan- 
uary — to offer for sale, in New York, a moderate-sized, but 
very good collection, the property of a gentleman in Rhode 
Island. 

I am now in treaty for a very fine and well-known col- 
lection, which will probably be sold at my next regular sale 
in the spring of 1866. 

Forty copies of this catalogue are reserved for pricing. 
They will be accurately and neatly done as soon after the sale 
as possible, and sold at $1.50 each ; with names of purchasers 
added the price will be $3.50 each. 

A few cojnes may be had on large paper, unpriced, at 
$10. The large paper edition is limited to fifteen copies. * 



W. ELLIOT WOODWARD. 



CATALOGUE 



AMERICAN COINS, 

MEDALS, See., 

Selected from the Cabinets of Messrs. Bach, Bertsch, 
Colburn, Emery, Finotti, Ilsley, Levick, 
Lilliendahl, Lightbody, McCoy, Sem- 
ple, Shurtleff, and other collections^ 
purchased at various tunes by 

W. ELLIOT WOODWARD, 

OF ROXRURY. MASK 



ALSO, 

A few fine Foreign Coins and Medals, 

TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION, 

IN NEW YORK CITY, 

On Tuesday, Dec. 19 th, 1865, and following days, at the Hook 
Trade-Sale Rooms of E. Cooley, 498 Broadway. 

GEORGE A. LEAVITT, Auctioneer. 

SALK WILL BEGIN EACH EVENING AT PRECISELY SIX O’CLOCK. 
Coins on Exhibition each day at 10L o'clock , A. .If. 



Ordere for the sale will be faithfully executed by Upward Cogan. Esq.. 101 Wil- 
liam street, N. Y., Wsi. II. Strobridgk. Esq., 101 William street, N. Y., 
the Auctioneers, or W. Elliot Woodward, Roxbury, Mass. 



NEW YORK: 

Press of J. M. Bradstreet & Son, 

i 865. 



"But abobc all, Jnqutrg Is to be malic, tubcre 
ann (Cabinets oc (Collections of i-Hcbals arc to lie 
blfpofeb of, U)1)cti)cr iig auction, or prlbatelij, jrtnee 
b|> this means (as 1)c toi)o tuoulb furnlfi) f)ts ILu 
brarn niltl) excellent Books) more man jjappln br 
procur'b at once, anti at tolerable JjJrlcc, than one 
fljall be able to finb, anb get together In tnann Bears, 
bn (Collecting them one bn one. Hnb there Is llkc^ 
totfe this (encouragement, that (Crathr for fHrbals 
bcttoccn (Gentlemen anb the (Curious, either bn 
IBoncj) or Exchange, Is eber efteent’b an honouraS 
ble (Comnterrr.” 



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SCALE. 




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CATALOGUE. 






V ANCIENT AND FOREIDN COINS. 







/, 1 Coin of Neapolis. Head facing right ; rev. a mask ; silver, size 10. 

J 2 Philip II. Rev. a horseman ; silver, size 9. 

/ 3 Ptolemy IT. Head to right ; rev. an eagle ; silver, size 10. 

4 Demetrius I. Fine portrait surrounded by a wreath ; rev. 
female seated with horn of plenty ; a very tine, well-spread 
Tetradrachm, size 20. 

JvSh A Persian coin of Drachm size ; very fine. 

0 Denarius, Gordianus Pius. Rev. the sun standing; large size, 

very fine. . , , . » 

7 Denarius, Philippus Imp. Rev. Equity with scales and horn of 
plenty. 

'/O 8 Denarius, Philippus Junior. Rev. the emperor standing; large, 
fine and rare. • 

9 Denarius of Traj. Decius, and two others; rare, very fine, three 
pieces. < 

10 Denarius Gallienus. Rev. a centaur ; fine and rare. 
i-vTl Lucilla. Rev. female standing ; middle brass. 

12 Severus Alexander. Bust with crown ; rev. goddess standing, 

Providkntia ; middle brass. 

13 One each Constantine, Maximinus, and Anastasius ; second brass, 

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Trajan and Hadrian ; first brass, both good, two pieces. *7 £ 
Maximinus I. Rev. goddess standing, Providentia; middle 
brass, fine. X ^ 

Gordianus Pius. Rev. goddess standing ; middle brass, fine. / - 
Maximinus I. Rev. the emperor in a quadriga crewned by Vic- 
tory; in good preservation, and really rare. 

A lot, four pieces, middle brass, all different. / <5 
Another lot of four pieces, all middle brass. J 
A lot, ten pieces, small brass, all very fine. / V 
A similar lot, ten pieces, equally fine. / 

Another lot, ten pieces, small brass, all large and fine. ^ 

A lot, small brass, twenty-five pieces. ^ 

A lot, small brass, all very fine, ten pieces. d 
A lot of twenty-five pieces, a good selection, small brass. ^ 

A similar lot, twenty-five pieces, small brass. 

Another lot like the last, twenty-five pieces. 

Another lot of same general description, but of larger size, 
twenty five pieces. ^ 



ENGLISH COINS, &c. -Silver. 



29 Edward I. Penny ; fair. 






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30 Edward II. Penny. Full face; rev. “ Civitcis London ,” long 
cross, three pellets in each angle ; very fine. s? J 

31 Edward II. Penny ; bust full faced, crowned ; fine. vT 












32 Edward II. Penny; different type from the last; not so fine. / *" 

33 Edward III. Groat ; struck in London ; fine. 

34 Edward III. Groat ; differs from the last. 

35 Edward III. Groat; another, poor. 

36 Henry VII. Groat. 

37 Henry VIII. Groat; m. m. Fleur de l-is ; fine. 

38 Henry VIII. Groat; different variety, equally fine.AA. 

39 Henry VIII. Groat; another type, in good preservation. ^ ^ 

40 Henry VIII. Groats; two pieces, both good. 

41 Edward VI. Sixpence. / 5 

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in fair condition, scarce. 

Philip and Mary Base Shilling ; about like the last, rather better. \J~ O 
Elizabeth Shilling; in. in. a bird ; fair, ZvT- 

Elizabeth Shilling; crowned bust, with ruft; fine. /V ' 3 y ^ 

Elizabeth Shilling; a different kind from the last, large size, fine, O 
Elizabeth Sixpence ; very good. ^ 

Elizabeth Sixpence ; another, not so good. 

Elizabeth Sixpence ; rose behind the bust, m. m. a star ; has been 
bent as a witch token. 

Elizabeth Sixpence; finer than the last. 

Elizabeth Threepence ; good. / - 

Elizabeth Threepence ; another, not so good. / 

Elizabeth. Two One-Shilling pieces and one Two-Penny piece ; - 

three pieces, all fair. ^ ^ 

James I. Shilling ; good. 

James I. Shilling; another variety, nearly as good. 

James I. Sixpence, 1621 ; good, and scarce. ^ r 

James I. Sixpence, 1603; fair. 

James I. Sixpence, 1604 ; better than the last. 

Charles I. Half Crown; m. m. a triangle within a circle, king 
on horseback with short sword, scarf Hying ; good, has been 
worn as a medal. V 

Charles I., Ormond Half Crown; C. R. with crown above ; rev. 

II. s. VI. d. ; good, and extremely rare. /*73 

Charles I. Shilling; bust to left, m. m. a lion ; rev. a large oval 
shield crowned, Ebor below, ,/j - / U~V 

Charles I. Shilling; crown extending above the inner circle, m. „ - 

m. harp; fair, scarce. / v 

Charles I. Shilling; bust crowned ; rev. a shield surmounted by 
a crown, with the letters C. R. at the sides crowned, “ Qua J , 
Deus,” &c.; a rare type, in fair condition. 

Charles I. Shilling; bust crowned, facing right, numerals behind 
the head ; fine. /rv 

(diaries 1. Shilling, bust crowned, facing left, m. m. a triangle, v? C 
Charles I. Shilling, same as last, not so good. ff" 

Commonwealth Shilling, 16. >4; fine and very scarce. 

Commonwealth Shilling, 1655; very fine, rare. 



70 Commonwealth Sixpence, 1653 : fine, and very scarce. 

71 Commonwealth Half Groat ; fair, scarce. 

72 Chari es II. Twopence ; two pieces, both good. 



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The two pieces Nos. 73 and 74 were purchased by Mr. Watson at the sale by 
Messrs. Bangs, Merwin A Co., Dec. 29. 1803, for *lf)5. The description and note 
following are copied from the catalogue by Mr. Strobridge. It is proper to state 
that they have been sent to England since their purchase by Mr. Watson, and 
there pronounced counterfeit, but on what authority 1 do not know. By the best 
judges here they are pronounced genuine; and if genuine, as I truly believe 
they are, they are certainly two of the most valuable coins ever offered for 
sale in this country. 

73 Ten-Shilling Piece of Charles I. England. The king on horse- 

back with a drawn sword, Welsh plume behind, a perspective 
view of the city of Oxford under the horse; rev. “ Exurgat 
Deus,” &c., X. and three plumes above the inscription, which 
is in two straight lines. Oxon, 1644. 

74 Five-Shilling Piece, known as the Oxford Crown. Obv. the 

king on horseback as before, without the plumes, a city 
under the horse, Oxon over it ; rev. as before, but with the 
numeral V and olive branches interwoven in the legend. 
Oxon, 1644. 

The last two lots are in very fine condition, and among the most rare and 
interesting in the English sez’ies. They are undoubtedly the most valuable foreign 
coins ever ottered at an American sale. 



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75 William and Mary Half Crown, 1689; very good. 

76 William III. Crown, 1696 ; in good condition. 3-3 t 

77 William III. Half Crown, 1696; rev. the four shields crowned, 

in the centre “ Nassau ;” fine. S 

78 William III. Half Crown, 1698; rev. the four shields crowned, 

different variety than the last; in fair preservation. 

79 Anna Crown, 1707 ; perfectly uncirculated, in almost proof con- 

dition ; a most desirable piece. 

80 Anna Crown, 1707 ; E under the bust; rev. four shields of arms 

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arranged as a cross, crowned ; very fine. C t O 

81 Anna Half Crown, 1708; companion piece to the crown first 

described, and nearly as fine. «iO O 

82 Anna Half Crown, 1708; E under the bust; companion to the 

second crown described, and equally fine. J 3 Q 

83 Anna Half Crown, 1712; rev. a cross of four shields with roses 

and lilies in the angles; good. ^ 0 

84 Anna Half Crown, 1714 ; same type as the last, but finer. 



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Anna Shilling, 1708; E under the bust; good. A/ 

Anna Shilling, 1711 ; very fine. 

Queen Anna Modal of nearly crown size, struck to commemorate 
the battle of Blenheim. Obv. bust in very high relief. 

Medal of Anna of nearly dollar size ; rev. a crown with a circle . 

of hearts, “ United by God in hove and Interest.’ ^ 

Small Medal of Anna of shilling size ; pierced, otherwise fine. 

George I. Half Crown, 1715, laureated bust ; rev. has roses and 
plumes in the angles of the shields ; very good. ^ ° ** 

George I. Shilling, 1723; very fine. O 

George 1. Shilling, 1723; equally good. ■Vo 

George II. Half Crown, 1745; Lima under the bust ; very tine 
indeed. - 

George 11. Shilling, 1741 : four roses in the angles of the cross ^ ^ 
formed by the shields ; remarkably fine. 

George II. Shilling, 1758 ; tine. Jo 

George II. Sixpence, 1728; rev. plain cross of four shields 
very fine. 

George II. Sixpence, 1728; a plume in each angle between the 
shields ; very fine. 

George IT. Sixpence, 1732 ; rev. has roses and plumes in alter- 






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George II. Sixpence, 1746 ; Lima under the bust ; fine. 

George II. Sixpence. 1757 ; good. 

George 111. Shilling, 1787 ; fine. 

George III. Sixpence, 1787 ; good. 

George III. Bank Token, Tenpence, Irish, 1813 ; fine. 

George I IT. Maundy Money ; five pieces. 

George IV. Two-thirds Piece, for Brunswick and Lunenburg V 
very fine. 

George IV. Maundy Money : four pieces ; three proofs / C 
William IV. Quarter Rupee, 1835; very fine. ^ \J 

William IV. Half Rupee, 1835; verv fine. 

Victoria Florin, 1853 ; Gothic letters ; verv fine. 

Victoria Twenty-Cent Piece, Ten-Cent Piece and Five-Cent 
Piece, for Canada, 1858 ; three pieces, all very fine, nearly 
proof. 

Victoria Fourpence, 1844; nearly proof. 




112 Charles I. Twopence ; rev. two C’s interlinked and crowned. 

113 Mary Groat ; Maria, D. G , Ang. Fra. et Hib. IIegi. ; profile of 

the Queen to right, with pearl necklace and cross ; very 
beautiful and rare. 

114 Phillip and Mary Groat; Philip et Maria, D. G., Rex. et 

Regina ; Queen’s profile facing left ; m. m. a flower de luce ; 
fine and rare. 

115 Mary Groat; a piece clipped from the edge, in other respects 

fine. 

116 Charles I. Shilling; from the Each collection. 

117 George IV. Sixpence, 18*21 ; fine. 

118 George III. Threepence, for Demarara. 

1 19 Ancient British coin. Obv. a head ; rev. a horse ; base, of rude 

execution, but a perfect and rare coin. 

120 Mauudy Money, including specimens from James to Victoria, 

thirteen pieces, many fine. 

121 Edward Penny. 

122 George IV. Threepence ; proof. 

123 Edward III. Groat ; struck at London ; very fine. 

124 Charles II. Maundy Money ; a complete set, by Simon ; very 

fine and rare ; four pieces. 



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125 Charles I. Farthing; Crown aud Sceptres; rev. Harp crowned ; 

very fine. 

126 Charles I. Farthing; large size ; as fine as the last. 

127 Charles I. Farthing; small size : thick, fine; scarce variety. 

128 St. Patrick Farthing ; obv. a king playing on a harp ; rev. St. 

Patrick ; a plug of brass inserted ; fine and rare. 

129 St. Patrick Penny ; same type as the Farthing ; fine and 

scarce. 

130 James If. Gun Money, Half Crown, 1689 ; a crown with 

sceptres crossed ; ornamented letters J. R. at the sides. 

131 Gun Money, Half Crown, September, 1689; fine. 

132 Gun Money, Half Crown, October, 1689. 

133 Gun Money, Shilling, January, 1689. 



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Gun Money, Sixpence, January, 1689; very fine. / ^ 

Gun Money, Sixpence, July, 1689; fine. // , 

Gun Money, Crown, 1690 ; in good condition. 

Gun Money, Crown; not quite equal to the last. ‘ySy 
Gun Money, Half Crown, May, 1690 ; two pieces, y r 
Gun Money, Shilling, February, 1090 ; good. 

Gun Money, Shilling, April, 1690 ; very good. 

Gun Money, Shilling, August, 1690 ; good. 

Gun Money, Shilling, September, 1689; good. 

Gun Money, Shilling, December, 1689. 

Gun Money, Shilling and Half Crown, ; two pieces. 

William and Mary Halfpenny ; in white metal. > Is* 

\Y dliam and Mary Farthing ; in brass ; poor 
William and Mary Farthing; bust of the King; rev. bust of 
the Queen. 

Mary Farthing; obv. bust; rev. a rose. 

Four Little Medals of Queen Anna ; some fine and scarce. 

George I. Halfpenny, 1724. 

George I. Wood’s Halfpenny. 

George I. Farthing; fine. 






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George I. Pattern for a Guinea. 

George II. four pieces, a Halfpenny, two Farthings and a 
Coronation Medal. / 

157 George III. Halfpenny, 1772 ; perfectly uncirculated ; scarce. 

158 George III. Halfpenny, 1772; nearly as fine as the last. 

159 George III. Halfpenny, 1775; doubly struck. 

160 George III. Halfpenny, 1787 ; laureated head ; said to have 

been struck for Vermont ; fine. 

(ir 161 George III. Halfpence ; three pieces ; two of which bear 
shocking caricatures of the King. 

162 George III. Farthing, 1799 ; uncirculated. 

163 George III. Two-Penny Piece, 1797 ; by Boulton and Watt ; 

very tine ; scarce. 

164 Anot her good, but not equal to the last. 

165 George III. Penny ; companion to the two-penny piece first 
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167 George III. Penny, 1793, for Bermuda; two pieces, both 

good. 7- 7 

168 George III. Penny, 1792, for Barbadoes ; negro head; rev. 

Neptune in his car ; fine, scarce. ^ ^ 

169 George III. Farthing, 1792, for Barbadoes; same type as the 

last ; tine and scarce. ^ 

f l 170 George III. Penny, 1788; rev. a pineapple; fine and scarce. v 

171 Another like the last, not fine. / - / 

172 George III. Halfpenny ; rev. a ship, commemorates the ex- 

pulsion of the pirates ; very fine and scarce. 

173 George III. Penny, 1791, for Sierra Leone ; beautiful bronze 

proof, rare. w 6 

174 George II I. Halfpenny, 1798, for Isle of Man ; Boulton and 
Watt pattern ; rev. bears the arms of man, three legs booted 
and spurred ; fine and scarce. 



175 George III. Halfpenny for Isle of Man, 1786 ; rev. has arms, . 5 

but different type from the last ; very fine indeed. 



176 George III. Pattern Piece ; brass, scarce. 



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177 George and Charlotte, Coronation Medal. 

178 George III. Patterns for Guineas and Half Guineas ; brass, 

four pieces. 

179 George III. Half Stiver, 1815; struck for Ceylon; rev. an , - 

elephant ; two pieces, both fine. 

180 George IIII. Penny, 1828; uncirculated. 

181 George IIII. Farthing, 1826; fine. 

182 George IV. Coronation Medal ; very fine. J 

183 George IV. Medal, struck to commemorate his visit to Scotland ' — 
very fine. 

184 George IV. ; rev. St. George and the Dragon. 

185 George IV. Bust; rev. Order of the Garter; brass proof. 

186 William IV. Penny, 1831 ; uncirculated. 

187 Another, nearly as good. 

188 Victoria Penny, bronze, 1861 ; uncirculated, two pieces. 



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191 Victoria Halfpenny in brass ; uncirculated, rare. 



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192 Victoria ^ Shilling, t) L Shilling, r *., Shilling, proofs, very 

line and rare, three pieces. 

193 Victoria Model Pieces, various denominations ; six pieces, all 

good. 



194 Victoria Prince of Wales Model Half Sovereign ; brass. 

195 Victoria Coins and Medals; eleven pieces ; a fine variety- 

196 James II. Penny; struck in pewter, square plug of copper in 

the centre, in fair condition for this piece, and very rare. 

197 Charles IT. Farthing, w ith ring of copper inserted ; in fair con- 

dition, and rarer than the piece last described. 

198 Charles II. Halfpenny, 1681. 

199 Charles II. Farthing ; with date under tin* bust; rev. Britannia , 

a pattern piece. 

200 Charles IT. Farthing; the ordinary type. 

201 One Pie ; uncirculated. 

202 Voce Populi ; rev. Hibernia, 1700 ; tine, scarce. 

203 Negro in chains; “ Am 1 not a man and a brother. ” 

204 Ships, Colonies and Commerce; English flag; very fine. 

(Owing to the great number of English Tokens in the following list no attempt 
is made at classification, or description, or to indicate their several degrees of 
rarity, they being assorted in lots in reference only to their condition ; they are 
mainly from the Bach and Bertsch collections, and constitute a series such as is 
seldom offered for sale. When not specially mentioned, it is to be understood 
that they are of Halfpenny size.) 

205 English Tokens; ten pieces, penny size, all good. 

206 English Tokens; penny size, all tine, ten pieces. 

207 English Tokens; penny size, fine, and all scarce varieties, ten 

pieces. 

208 English Tokens ; penny size, most of them in excellent condi- 

tion, thirty-four pieces, among them several rare varieties. 

209 English Tokens ; ten pieces, all proofs. 



210 English Tokens ; ten pieces, equal to the last. 



211 English Tokens ; ten pieces, all proofs. 

212 English Tokens ; ten pieces, uncirculated. 

213 English Tokens; ten pieces, as fine as the last. 

214 English Iokens; another lot of ten pieces, equally fine 

215 English Tokens; another lot, as good as the last. 

216 English Tokens; ten pieces, all very fine. 

217 English Tokens ; ten pieces, all tine. 

218 English Iokens ; ten pieces, in nearly proof condition 






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English Tokens ; ten pieces, all very fine. 

English Tokens; ten pieces, equally good. 

English Tokens ; ten pieces, all very fine. 

English Tokens ; ten pieces, uncirculated. 

English Tokens ; twenty pieces, in rather poor condition. 

English Tokens ; another lot of twenty, condition about like the 
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English Tokens ; ten pieces, all very fine. i/ 

English Tokens ; ten pieces, equally fine. e/T 

English Tokens ; a lot of fifty, all good, and many very fine. 

English Tokens; thirty-five pieces, all good, and many fine, a 
portion of penny size. 

English Tokens ; thirty-six pieces, in ordinary condition. 

English Tokens; farthing size, twenty-two pieces; these are 
nearly all in fine condition, and many rare. 

English Coins, Medals and Tokens ; thirty-two pieces, varying 
from farthing to twopenny size, nearly all fine, and many 
rare. 

Charles II. Penny; good, and scarce. 

Small Medal or Coin of Anna. / O 

George IV. Penny for Ireland ; fine. 

George III. Penny, 1799 ; uncirculated. 

George III. Halfpenny, 1775; fine. 

William and Mary Halfpenny, in tin; very good, and scarce. 
English Penny struck for the Ionian Isles, 1819; fine. 

Isle of Man Penny, 1798. 2 U - 

Isle of Man Halfpenny ; three varieties. 

Ceylon Penny, 1802 ; rev. an elephant. ^ v 

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Antigua Farthing, 1836 ; good, and scarce. / 

Bermuda Penny, 1793. 

Liverpool Docks Check for a load of stone ; rare. 

Montreal Sou, in brass ; fine and scarce. 

George IV. Funeral Medal; brass, fine. 

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Janus Head; “ Quis Rides /” rev. heart and hand; fine, scarce. 
James II. Gun Money Sixpence, 1689. 

Princess Charlotte Funeral Medal; brass, fine. 

Medal of John Wilkes. Obv. bust; rev. inscription. 

George Canning ; brass, proof. 

Two line little Medals, struck in commemoration of the comple- 
tion of the New London Bridge ; entirely different, brass, one 
a proof. 

Medal in commemoration of the abolition of the slave trade in 
Great Britain in 1807; rev. inscription in Arabic; scarce, 
copper, size 24. 

Aylesbury Token for the abolition of slavery, 1796; fine. 
Victoria Penny, 1858 ; bright. 

“ Spence’s plan, you fools, or starvation forever ;” a rare and 
curious token. 

Medal of the Tragedian William West Betty; copper, fine. 
Capes’ Token ; rev. commemorates peace with Russia. 

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FOREIGN COINS AND MEDALS, VARI- 
OUS COUNTRIES— Silver. 

268 Double Thaler of Frankfort, 1861. The bust on the obv. i« 

said to be a portrait of the beautiful mistress of the Baron 
Rothschild; in splendid condition, rare. 

269 Double Dollar of Frederick Augustus of Saxony; in splendid, 

almost proof, condition. 

270 Splendid proof Crown of Francis Joseph I. of Austria. 

271 Crown of Albert and Elizabeth of Austria, 1619. Obv their 

busts ; rev. arms ; fine and rare. 

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273 Double Dollar of Frederick William of Prussia ; a fine, uncircu- 
lated piece. 

274 Proof Dollar of Peru, 1833 ; re-stamped at the Spanish Mint, 
F., 7, with a crown above in a small circle ; rare. 

7 275 Mexican Dollar; known as the hook-neck dollar, from the mint 

of Durango; very fine. 

276 Dollar of Peru, 1838; nearly proof. 

277 Spanish- American Cob Dollar ; very fine indeed, and scarce. 

278 Spanish Dollar : recovered by the diving-bell from the wreck 

of a vessel, the San Pedro, sunk on the coast of South 
America in 1815. This dollar was at the bottom of the ocean 
nearly fifty years. 

279 Half Crown of Louis XVI., 1792 ; rev. Angel writing on a 

tablet ; fine. 

280 Piastre of Turkey, coined at Constantinople in 1807 ; fine silver, 

j and nearly of dollar size ; very fine. 

281 A similar piece, equally tine ; base. 

282 Half Crown-Thaler of Francis II. of Austria, 1797 ; issued for 

the former Austrian Netherlands. 

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283 Half Dollar of West Friesland, 1601 ; figure with drawn sword, 

with fur cap and coat; in excellent preservation, and rare. 
i/ 284 Crown of the Republic of Geneva. 

285 Crown of Wolfgang Theodore, Archbishop of Salsburg ; struck 

on a square piece of silver ; gilt, fine and exceedingly rare. 

286 Two-Lire Fiece of Charles Emanuel, of Sardinia, 1769. 

287 Zwinziger, or Twenty Kreuzer Piece of Hungary, 1848 ; fine, 

silver ; nearly proof. 

288 Twenty Kreuzer Piece of Joseph II., 1778 ; tine. 

289 Five Ratz ; beautiful proof coin of Switzerland, 1828. 

290 Two-and-half Batz, of Switzerland, Canton Berne, 1826; nearly 
proof. 

291 Ten Happen and Twenty Happen, coins of Switzerland; fine; 
two pieces. 

292 One Franc of Charles X. of France, 1827 ; fine. 

293 Sixteenth Crown of Louis XVIII., 1783 ; fine. 

294 Sixpence of George II., 1746 ; Lima under the bust ; fine. 

295 Sixpence of George IV., 1821 ; rev. shield crowned, surrounded 
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Rupee of the East Indies ; fine, and a very rare variety. j~l/ 

Rupee of the East Indies ; of another type. 

Quarter Rupee ; fine. 

Curious square coin, covered on both sides with Oriental char- 
acters ; rare. 

Very fine coin of Sigismund III. of Poland ; obv. head of the 
Emperor crowned ; Real size; rare. > 

Another Polish coin, 1593; obv. bust of a grim old king in ruff, 

and crowned. > «r 

Two fine and rare little coins of the North of Europe, 1642-1066. / 

Twelfth Thaler, 1768; tine. 

Beautiful little German coins ; one Kreuzer, one Groten, one J 
Sechsling ; three pieces ; all very fine. 

Quarter Gulden of the Dutch East Indies, 1854; fine. 



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Tenth Scudo of Innocent XI. ; obv. has head of St. Peter; fine 

Two Stivers of Holland, 1731. 

Eighth Specie Daler, of Christian V. ; fine, scarce. 

Five-Ore and Eight-Ore pieces of Norway, 1731-1771; fine. 

Twenty Paras of Constantinople ; uncirculated. 

Piastre coined at Constantinople, 1839; two pieces, one nearly 
proof. 

Turkish coins, various sizes; all tine : base; six pieces. 

Five Cents, coined for the Danish West Indies; very fine. 

Beautiful little coin of Maria Theresa, 1756 ; perfectly uncir- 
culated. 

Fiorino of Leopold II., Grand Duke of Tuscany ; splendid proof. 

Twenty Centimes of Leopold of Belgium ; nearly proof. 

Twenty Copecks, Eighteen Copecks, and five Copecks, of Russia ; 
all uncirculated ; nearly proof ; three pieces. 

Coins of various European countries. From the size of quarter 
dollar down; seventeen pieces; base, but many scarce and 
fine ; among them an early English Penny. 

Peseta, of Caraccas ; uncirculated. o' 

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Half Peseta, of Caraccas. 

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Two Hundred Reis, of Petrus II., of Brazil ; nearly proof. 

Real of Peru, 1861 ; uncirculated. 

Real of Central America ; very fine. /r~ 

A series of Hayti coins; various dates, from the year ’ll to ’28. 
and varying in size from six to one hundred cents, very in- 
teresting, as showing the gradual depreciation of the coin ; 
fifteen pieces, no duplicates ; mostly in good condition. 

Coins of Hayti; five pieces, duplicates of the preceding. 

Two Reals of New Grenada, Indian head, 1815; fine. 

Medal of nearly half dollar size, struck to commemorate the 
Independence of Peru. Obv. a blazing sun : rev. inscription. 

Mexican Proclamation Quarter, 1789; rare. 

Another Proclamation Quarter of the same date ; rare. 

Peruvian Medal of Bolivar, half dollar size, 1824 

Medio of New G renada. 

Cob Money; three pieces, various denominations. 

European Coins of the seventeenth century ; five pieces, all 
scarce. 

An Ancient Penny. 

Ancient French Groat; very fine, rare. «* ( - 

Double Ichibu of Japan ; ver} T fine. 

Ichibu of Japan; fine. 

Quarter Ichibu of Japan ; fine. JL J 

A small coin of Cochin-China, half Ichibu size ; fine, rare. 

Bristol Sixpence, 1 811. / \C 

Funeral medal of the Princess Charlotte. Obv. bust; rev. 
wreath and inscription ; shilling size. 

German medal. Obv. an owl ; rev. cards displayed. ij 

Medal. Obv. “ Elisabeth II., Hisp. et Ind. Regina ;” rev. 

“ Magontano, Acclamatio, XXII Dec., MDCCCXXXIII ; a 
proof, rare. 

A female placing a crown on an altar inscribed “ Health to the / 
king ;” rev. “ Public Happiness,” 1804 ; of shilling size. 

Shilling Token for Bristol, issued 1811 ; fine. 

German Religious Medal of 1732; two-shilling size. 

Medal of John George IV., of Saxony ; nearly the size of a 
half crown ; rare. 






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independent minority — 738 — who voted for '1 bos. Leyland, 
Esq., at the Liverpool election, 1810 rev. a stork standing, 
“ Liverpool be free.” 

354 “ Carol Guilielm, 1>. G. March, Baden,” &c. ; rev. “ Quiesco, 

1730,” lion couchant ; by J. Gassier. A splendid silver 
medal, in fine preservation ; weight nearly three ounces. 

} 355 Medal of J. C. Wilcke. Obv. bust in high relief; rev. inscrip- 
tion. A beautiful and rare medal, in proof condition, 521. 
350 Bust, “ Louis XVI. Roi de Fr. Immole par les Factieux rev. 
female weeping over an urn inscribed Louis XVI., “ Pleures 
et venges le !” fine proof, rare, size 18. 

1 1 357 Medal of Charles William Scheele, by Wikman. Beautiful re- 
verse ; tine proof, size 22. 

358 Bust of J. G. Gahn; rev. an assayer’s table, with inscription ; 
very fine, nearly proof, rare, size 18. 

/ 359 Bust facing right, “S. Klingenstierna Mathematico B. Ac. Sv. 

F. F. rev. a monument upon a high hill. A beautiful and 
rare medal by Fehrman, in proof condition ; size 21. 

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301 Five Copecks of Peter the Great of Russia, 1701 ; fine, scarce. 

These pieces weigh nearly I V oz. each. 

302 One Copeck of Elizabeth, daughter of Peter the Great, 1756. 

303 Five Copecks of Catherine II., 1768; fine. 

304 Another similar piece, bearing date 1769 ; finer than the last 

365 Five Copecks, Catharine, 1790. , , r “ 

360 Similar piece, 1791 ; very fine ; weighs above 2 oz. tr 

307 Another of 1794. 

308 Five Copecks of Alexander, 1807. 

369 Three Copecks, Nicholas, 1859; fine. 

370 Two Copecks, 1727 ; a rare type, fine. 

371 Maraveda of Philip IV. of Spain ; two pieces, different, one 

fine. 

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Double Real, Ferdinand VII. ; base. 

Copper coin of Ferdinand VII. ; very fine. 

One of Isabella; uncirculated. 

Copper coin Charles III., 1774; penny site, fine. 

Spanish copper coin, or Medalet, with bust on each side. 

Large copper coin of Christina, daughter of Gustavus Adol- 
phus of Sweden ; size 29, weight about 2 ozs., fine and 
very rare. 

Coins of Belgium; 7 pieces, no duplicate. 

IJn Deeime of the Republic of France; very fine. 

A curious little French Medal of 1791. 

French coins, a great variety, some fine, and several quite 
ancient, 36 pieces. 

Swedish, One Daler; three pieces, fine. 

Roman coin, 1744; very fine. 

Baiocco, 1843 ; nearly proof. 

Baiocco, 1851 ; uncirculated. 

Five Centesimi, 1826; uncirculated. 

Twenty Reis of Brazil, 1835; uncirculated. 

Three coins of China. 

Two oval Japanese coins; weight nearly 1 oz. 

Two Roman coins; one base silver, 8 Baiocchi. 

One Cent; coined for the Danish West Indies, 1859, very fine. 
A selection of European copper coins, many ancient, some very 
fine, 20 pieces. 

A similar lot, 20 pieces. 

Another similar lot, including some Roman, 20 pieces. 

Two old coins of Portugal, one 1759. 

A selection of German Jettons, large size, every one fine, and 
no duplicates, 10 pieces. 

A similar lot, small size, all fine, 10 pieces. 

Another selection, as good as the last, no duplicates, 10 pieces. 
Another lot, equally fine, 10 pieces. 

Another lot, no duplicates, 11 pieces. 

Five-Franc Piece of Louis Philippe; brass. 

Five Francs of the French Republic; base. 

Six Centimes of Faustin I. of Hayti; very fine. 




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Rare old coin of Hungary. 

Medio Centimo of Peru, 1855; proof. 

Two Centavos, Argentine Confederation, 1854; fine. 

Rude coins of Cartkagena; five pieces, all fine. 

Coin of Caraccas, and auother; 2 pieces. 

Mexican coins, Province Chihuahua; 2 pieces. 

One Centavo of Venezuela. 

Coins of South America and Mexico; one rare, 4 pieces. ^ 

Fine and rare German coin of 1624. 

Turkish pieces, one of 25-cent size, all base, fine, 6 pieces, / 
Turkish coin, dollar size, base. (A 

Oriental and African coins, all fine, 6 pieces. / 

Rahama Halfpenny, “Expulsis Piratis Restituta, Commercia;' 
very fine. 

Coins, Medals, &c., of various countries ; a curious lot, some 
very rare, 22 pieces, all different. 






FOREIGN MEDALS— Bronze. 



421 Medal of the Three Consuls, Buonaparte, Cambaceres, Lc Brun. 

“ Constitution De la Repub., Franc. An. VIII.” ; rev. “ Guerre 
de la Liberte,” “ Le Departement de la Seine a ses braves ;” 
proof, size 39. 

422 Bust, “ Napoleon III. Empercur ;” rev. eagle with crown and 

sceptres above. A splendid medal, struck in commemora- 
tion of the election of Napoleon III. as Emperor of France, 
in gilt frame with ring, 39. 

423 Busts of Napoleon and Eugenie. A medal struck in commemo- 

ration of the World’s Fair at Paris, 1855; gilt, fine, size 24. 

424 A figure standing supporting a panel bearing a portrait of Ixird 

Nelson, around the portrait “Europe’s hope and Britain’s 
glory;” rev. view of the battle of the Nile, “ Almighty God 
has blessed his Majesty’s Arms,” the edge inscribed “A 
tribute of regard from Alex’r Davison, Esq., St. James 
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Bust, “L Hector De Villiars a fine proof by Caque, size 28. 

Bust of Montesquieu ; rev. inscription ; proof, size 28. 

Fine bust in ancient costume, Malherbe ; rev. a harp and 
wreath, “ Enfin Malherbe Vint very fine, 28. ^ - 

Fine Medal of Vaucanson, by Pingret ; size 28. 

Medal of Jean Varin, by Gatteaux ; very fine, size 28. 

Jean Jacques Barthelemy, same artist as the last; equally fine, 
size 28. 

“ J. J. Rousseau ne a Geneve en 1712, Mort a Ermenonville 
en 1778,” rev. “ Au Genie de Rousseau.” A fine Medal by / 
Montagny; size 24. 

Medal of Linnaeus, from the series Numismatica ; nearly proof, 
size 28. 

Andreas Vesalius ; fine medal from the same series as the last‘d 
size 28. 

Another proof Medal from the series Numismatica, Victorius| 

Moreau ; size 28. 

Bust to right; rev. “Francis, Henry Egerton, Earl of Bridge- 
water,” by Donadio ; size 28. 

Axelius Oxenstierna ; a beautiful proof medal from the series 
Numismatica; size 28. 

Medal of Aldrovandus, from the same series ; very fine, size ^ , / — 
28. , 0 

Albertus Haller, by Caque ; size 28, #0 

Gerard Audrain ; rev. date of birth and death; proof, size 28. ^ 

Francois Chcvart ; rev. inscription ; size 28. 

Charles Lucies ; proof medal by Donadio ; size 28. 

Oliver De Serres ; same artist as the last ; equally fine, size 28. - 

Jean Jacques Rosseau ; fine proof by Dubois; size 28. 

Ph. Nericault Destouehes ; a beautiful proof medal, size 28. 

Alexis Piron ; splendid proof, size 28. 3 T~ 

Splendid Medal of Michel De Montaigne ; size 28. 

Bernard De Jussicn ; splendid proof, size 28. 



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Medal of Jean De La Fontaine ; same artist as the last; equally 
tine, size 28. s/o 

Louis II. de Bourbon Conde ; tine proof by Caunois. 

Jacques Cujas ; beautiful medal by Pingret; proof, size 28. 

Medal of Buffon ; proof, size 28. 

J. Francois de la Harpe ; tine proof, size 28. . 0 

Xavier Bichat, the eminent surgeon ; very fine, size 28. 

J. Dominiq Cassini ; proof, size 28. 

J . Francois llegnard ; proof, size 28. 

Pierre Andre de Suflren ; proof, size 28. 

Ph. Nericault Destouches; proof, size 28. C 

J. Auguste de Thou ; proof, size 28. ^ ' 

A. Laurent Lavoisier; proof, size 28. 

Denis Diderot ; proof, size 28. 

Philibert De L’Orme; splendid proof by Gatteaux ; size 28. f/c 
Matthicu Mole ; splendid proof, size 28. 3<r 

A rock with waves dashing its base, the sun shining upon, and ^ ^ 
lightning playing around it; rev. a long inscription; very 
fine, size 26. 

An angel standing with harp and wreath; rev. a circle of 

twenty-six stars surrounding an inscription in German ; r* 
beautiful proof medal, by Loos, size 26. 

Pierre Mignard ; tine proof, size 28. J* 

Fridericus Hoffmannus ; fine proof, size 28. O 0 

Minerva standing supporting a shield with her left hand, and 
holding in her right three chaplets of laurel, “ Certat 
Tergeminis Tollere Honoribus;” rev. a shield crowned, 

“ Ilect. Ber. Pouffier Sen Divion Primice ;” very fine, rare, 
size 28. 

Bertrand Duguesclin ; fine proof, size 28 
Pierre Gassendi ; tine proof, size 28. 

Joseph Louis Lagrange; proof, size 28. 

Alain llene Le Sage ; fine, size 28. 

Esprit Flechier ; fine proof, size 28. 

Pierre Fermat; tine proof, size 28. 

Jean Fernel ; fine proof, size 28. 

Fine medal of lleloise ; proof, size 28. 

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En, Quirinus Visconti; fine proof, size 28. 

Philippe De Commines ; proof, size 28. ' / ' v 

Abraham Duquesne ; fine, size 28. 

Francois De La Rochefoucauld; proof, size 28, 
Pierre Jeannin ; fine, size 28. dr' 

Jean Lerond D’Alembert; fine proof, size 28. " 
Louis Bourdaloue ; very fine, size 28. 

Nicolas Catinat ; very fine, size 28. 

Jean De La Bruyere ; very fine, size 28. 

S. Leprestre De Vauban ; fine proof, size 28 
J. Baptiste Colbert ; proof, size 28. 

Antoine Arnauld ; fine proof, size 28. 

Jacques Amyot ; fine proof, size 28. 

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J. Hardouin Mansart ; proof, size 28. 

Jean Racine ; fine proof, size 28. 
Pouquelin De Moliere ; very fine, size 28. 
L’Abbe Suger ; proof, size 28. 

Jean Rotrou ; proof, size 28. 

Pierre Bayle ; very fine, size 28. 

P. Jolyot De Crebillon ; very fine, size 28. 
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A. II. De Costentin De Tourville; splendid proof, size 28. 
Evariste Parny ; very fine, size 28. 

Rene Du Guay-Trouin; very fine, size 28. 

Gaspard De Coligni ; very fine, size 28. 

J. Rodolphe Pcrronet ; fine proof, size 28. 

Gme. Thomas Raynal ; very fine, size 28. JV 
Philippe Quinault; very fine, size 28. 

J. II. Bernardin De Saint-Pierre ; very fine, size 28. J/o 



Nicolas Poussin; fine proof, size 28. 
Ambroise Pare ; fine proof, size 28. 

Michael De L’Hospital ; fine proof, size 28. 
Jacques De Vaucanson; very fine, size 28. 
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519 Eustache Le Sueur; very fine, size 28. ' 

520 P. J. Baptiste Gerbier ; fine proof, size 28. 

521 P. Eudes De Mezeray ; very fine, size 28. 

522 Pierre Corneille ; fine proof, size 28. 

523 A. Delagarde Deshouliers ; very fine, size 28. V 

524 J. Francois Marmontel; fine proof, size 28. 

525 P. Du Terrail Bayard ; very fine, size 28. 

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527 Charles Rollin ; proof, size 28. 

528 Etienne Montgolfier; very fine, size 28. 

529 A. R. Jacques Turgot; very fine, size 28. 

530 A. F. Prevost D’Exiles ; very fine, size 28. 

531 Arm. J. Du Plessis Richelieu; fine proof, size 28. j<T 

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533 C. Simon Favart ; proof, size 28. J* ~ 

534 H. De La Tour D’Auv. De Turenne; fine, size 28. 

535 S. Leprestre De Vauban; fine, size 28. 

536 H. Francois D’Aguesseau ; very fine, size 28. 

537 Clement Marot; proof, size 28. 

538 Charles Le Brun; very fine, size 28. 

539 G 1 H e Riquetti De Mirabeau ; proof, size 28. 



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541 J. Sylvain Bailly ; very fine, size 28. V ^ 

542 J. Benigne Bossuet ; proof, size 28. 

543 F. De Salignac De La Motte Fenelon ; very fine, size 28. 

544 Lazare Hoche ; very fine, sizo 28. 

545 Gerard Edelinck ; fine, size 28. 

546 Andre Massena ; fine proof, size 28. 

547 En. Quirinus Visconti ; very fine, size 28. 

548 Rene Descartes ; very fine, size 28. 

549 Jean De La Bruyere; very fine, size 28. 

550 Louis XIV.; rev. Mercury standing surrounded by emblems of 

commerce; very fine, size 28. 

651 Louis XIV. ; rev. king on horseback, “ Dola Sequanorum, Ite* 
rum Capta;” very fine, size 28. 

552 A Female figure crowning with a wreath an old man, who ap- 
proaches her leaning on a staff. Medal of the Feast of Good 
Men, held Oct. 9 ; very fine and scarce, size 29. 



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Malherbe Vint;” fine, size 28. w ~ 

Petrus Bembo; series Numismatica ; very fine, size 28. 

Medal of Boerhaave ; fine bust ; rev. inscription ; same series 

as the last ; proof, size 28. HO 

Tycho Brahe ; a fine medal, series Numismatica ; size 28. 



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Franklin and Montyou. Obv busts ; rev. inscription ; very 
fine, size 28. 

N. Ludovicus Lacaille, from the series Numismatica ; proof, 
size 28. 

Medal of John Duvivier, the eminent engraver, by his son; 
obv. bust ; rev. inscription ; very fine, size 28. 

Medal of Franciscus Lefort, from the series Numismatica, $r 
size 28. 

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size 28. 

Bust of Beranger ; rev. a wreath, “ De Votrc Ami Rgpgtez les 
Chansons a pretty little medal, in proof condition, size 24. 

Louis XIV ; rev. a beautiful device, struck in commemoration 
of the taking of Carthagena ; fine, size 28. 

Louis XIV ; another medal commemorative of the taking of 
Carthagena, even finer than the last, size 28. 

Louis XIV ; rev. “ Victoria Celtibcrica fine proof, size 28. jr 

Medal of Sir Joseph Paxton, struck in commemoration of the 
World’s Fair in London ; rev. view of the Crystal Palace ; 
fine, size 28. < 

An Angel with sword and shield, standing on a dragon, 29 Sept. 

1820 ; rev. a mother and child ; fine, size 25. 

Medal of Eugene Sue. Obv. head ; rev. a central figure sur- ?J~ J 
rounded with a circle of statues ; rare, size 33. 

Medal of Brisson. Obv. bust : rev. inscription ; size 33. 

Jean Ph. Rameau, Compositeur Francais. Obv. bust; rev. 
date of birth and death ; a fine little medal by Gatteaux, 
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Modal of Admiral Kempenfelt, commemorative of the sinking 
of the Royal George , 1783 ; rare, size 24. 

Lodovico Anton Atrebatico. Obv. bust, with wreath above the 
head ; rev. a triumphal car ; very line, scarce, size 2G. 

Medal of Charles J. Fox, from the series Numismatica ; fine, 
size 28. 

Another medal of Fox, bust at full lace, “ Glory be thine, in- 
trepid Fox,” &c. ; proof, size 22. 

Medal to commemorate the abolition ol the Slave I rade by 
England ; size 23. 

Medal of Buonaparte, as General-in-Chief of the Army in Italy, 
1796 ; fine and rare, size 24. 

German medal, 1810; brass, size 26. 

A scarce little medal of Admiral Vernon ; size 17. 

Medal of Bernadotte, King of Sweden ; fine and rare, size 29. 

Man seated leaning on a tablet, supporting with his right hand 
a liberty-pole and cap ; rev. “ Medaille de Confiance de Deux 
Sols,” &c. ; size 21. 

An Altar with open Bible and Crucifix ; rev. wreath and inscrip* 
tion ; very fine, size 2G. 

Marriage Medal of Albert and Victoria; beautiful proof, tin, 
size 30. 

Medal of Prince Albert, struck in commemoration of the 
launch of the steamer Great Britain, July 19, 1843; tin, 
proof, size 22. 

Medal struck in commemoration of the inauguration of the 
















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statue to John Henry, Duke of llutland ; tin, proof, size 30. 

588 Worcester Cathedral; obv. exterior view; rev. interior, the 

choir and presbytery; splendid proof, tin, size 40. 

589 Medal of the French Devolution, 1N48; splendid proof, tin, 

size 27. 

590 Medal of the London Crystal Palace; splendid proof, tin, size 

25. 

591 Another World’s Fair Medal; proof, size 17. 

592 A series of Catholic Medals; 12 pieces, various sizes, all in 

perfect proof condition, no duplicates, a fine and very desira- 
ble lot. 

593 Two rare Roman Medals from the Finotti collection, tin, very- 

fine, sizes 18 and 21. 




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594 Medal of Pius IX.; very fine, size 29, 

595 Henri Charles Ferdinand Marie Dieudonne, Due Dc Bordeaux, 

obv. bust; rev. bust Louise Marie Therese ; size 33. > jr 

596 Bare Medal of William Prince ot Orange ; size 38. 

597 Catholic Medal; the taking down from the cross; size 22. 

(The followiug are copies, casts, <fcc.) 






598 




599 




600 



601 



602 



603 

604 

605 

606 

607 

608 
609 

// 610 

>' 611 

612 

613 



View of the arrival of the King in Paris, October, 1789; rev. 
view of the Siege of the Bastile ; a magnificent medal, size 
55. 




“Livia Ab. Avria Karapha, S. R. I., et Amphissiensium 
Princ;” obv. bust with hair dressed in the ancient style; 
rev. two female figures and children; very fine, size 48. 

Bust of Napoleon ; rev. Napoleon crossing the Great St. Ber- 
nard ; splendid, size 44. 

Companion to the last; obv. bustof Napoleon; rev. Josephine ; 
a most beautiful medal, size 44. 

Bust of Napoleon III ; rev. a circle of twenty shields; a 
splendid medal of the Paris Fair of 1855; silver-plated, size 
39. 



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Medal of the French Revolution, 1848; obv. Chamber of Depu- 
ties ; rev. Hotel de Ville ; size 45. 

Medal of the Cathedral of Cologne ; very fine, size 39. Jo 
Medal of Charles X.; obv. bust in royal robes, crowned; rev- 
the King kneeling before the Pope; fine, size 45. 

Medal of Queen Victoria, struck in commemoration of her visit 
to the Corporation of London, 1837 ; very fine, size 36. 

Bust of Raoul, the thirty-second king of France, A. D. 923 ; 
size 34. 



Medal of Sir Isaac Newton ; very fine, size 34. 

Medal of De Saix, who was killed at the Battle of ^Marengo. 

Obv. has bust of Napoleon ; size 33. 

De Lisle, author of the Marseilles Hymn ; rev. the hymn and 
music ; size 33. 

Medal of Napoleon as Consul : rev. Peace standing, “ Paix Dc 
Luneville ;” size 27. 

Medal of Washington, series Numismatica ; size 28. 

Medal of Clementina. Obv. s 
size 30. 



plendid bust; rev. triumphal car; , 



614 William Washington, for the Battle of the Cowpens ; size 30. 
616 Washington, “ Liberty and .Security size 22. 

616 Funeral medal of George I ; Size 26. 

617 Medal commemorative of the visit of George IV to Scotland ; 

fine ; size 26. 

618 A little German medifl ; very fine, size 23. 

619 A very beautiful medal. Obv. a throne with accessories ; rev. 

a tree bearing shields, the whole too elaborate in design to 
admit of a full description ; silver-plated and equal in beauty 
to an original ; size 34. 

620 Head of Napoleon ; rev. bust, emblematical of Koine and Paris; 

size 27. 

621 Washington, from the series Numismatica ; size 28. 

622 Sulphur cast of the obv. Franklin medal, series Numismatica; 

size 28. 

623 Little medals of Caesar, Marius, and Sylla, three pieces ; size 

17. 

624 Three Electrotype Shells. 

(The six succeeding pieces are probably solid casts in copper, though they 
have the metallic ring of genuine-struck medals.) 

625 Medal of Joan of Arc, fine bust; rev. inscription; size 30. 

626 Medal of J. J. llosseau. Obv. bust ; rev. inscription ; size 30. 

627 Chateaubriand, bust at three quarters face ; very fine ; size 26. 

628 Bust of Napoleon ; rev. Koine and Paris ; very fine ; size 26. 

629 Bust of Napoleon ; rev. column of the Grand Army ; fine, 

size 26. 

630 Bust of George IV ; brass, size 26. 



AMERICAN SILVER. 

DOLLARS AND PROOF SETS. 

631 1794 The finest dollar of this date ever offered for sale, being 

the one purchased by Mr. Seavey in my sale Oct. 
21st, 1864, for $285; exceedingly rare. 

1795 Flowing hair; very fine indeed. 

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634 




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636 

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640 



641 

642 

643 

644 

645 

646 

647 

648 

649 

650 

651 

652 

653 









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Flowing hair; a different variety, as fine as the last. J ' v 
Fillet head ; fine. • ^ V 5” * 

Small date ; very fine indeed. 3 / tj 

Large date, only fair. 

Seven stars facing ; fine for this variety, scarce. II c 
Seven stars facing; a variety, as fine as the last. /7J 
Six stars facing; very good. 

Small eagle ; a little circulated, but better than usually 
met with. Xf CO 

1798 Small eagle; not equal to the last. / *f J 

1798 Large eagle ; very fine. % J 

1798 Large eagle; very fine, scarcely touched by circulation. 



1795 

1795 

1796 

1796 

1797 
1797 

1797 

1798 



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655 

656 

657 
// 658 

659 



1799 

1799 

1800 
1800 
1801 
1802 
1803 

1803 

1804 
1836 

1839 

1840 

1841 

1842 

1843 



Very fine indeed. 

Five stars facing ; in very good condition. 

Good, but little circulated. 

A variety, finer than the last. 

Very good, and rather scarce. > S~ 

Fair, scarce. 

Better than the last. * ' v . 

Very fine indeed, not injured by circulation, J 
Solid copy of this dollar, fine, rare. 

Proof, rare. 

'Proof, exceedingly rare. 

Very fine. 

Very fine, perfectly uncirculated. 

Very fine. 

Equal to the last. 



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660 

661 

662 


1846 Very fine. 

1847 Very fine. A 

1848 Fine and rather scarce. 


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663 


1848 Very fine, scarce. 


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1849 Good. 


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665 


1850 Very fine indeed, scarce. 


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666 

o 667 

/ ; 668 

669 



1850 As fine as the last, polished surface, c 

1851 Splendid proof , excessively rare. ^ fo-d 

1852 Original, nearly equal to proof, and still more rare. '* > 

1853 Very Hue indeed, scarce. 






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671 

672 

673 
671 
675 

HU- r- 676 

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678 

679 

// 680 
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684 
A 685 



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686 

</'.• 687 

688 
689 
" 690 

691 

692 

693 

694 

695 



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696 

697 

698 

699 

700 

701 
h 702 



1853 Equal to the last, scarce. 

1854 Very good, rare. 

1855 Very fine, scarce. 

1856 Good, rather scarce. 

1856 Brilliant proof, very rare. 

1857 Very fine, scarce. ' 

1857 Splendid proof set, with 

extremely rare. 



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pieces 

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1858 Splendid proof set, with nickel cent; 7 pieces, extreme - 



1859 

1860 
1861 
1862 
1803 
1864 

1859 

1860 



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ly rare. 

Brilliant proof set ; 7 pieces, rare. 

Brilliant proof set ; 7 pieces, rare. 

Brilliant proof set ; 7 pieces, rare. 

Brilliant proof set ; 7 pieces, rare. 

Brilliant proof set ; 7 pieces, rare. 

Brilliant proof set, with nickel and bronze cents and 
two-cent piece ; scarce. (/ 

Very fine, San Francisco mint ; rare. 

Orleans mint ; uncirculated, scarce. 

HALF DOLLARS. 






1794 Very fine for this date, scarce. 

1791 Fair, different variety. 

1795 Very good, scarcely any circulated. /> - u' 

1796 Fifteen stars ; good and extremely rare. //poo 



1797 Very good indeed, and rare. 
1801 Excellent for this date, scarce. 



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1801 A variety, nearly as fine. 

1802 Fine, scarce. 

1802 About like the last. 

1803 Very fine, straight date. 
1803 Very good. 



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1804 Under 1805 ; good and scarce. 

1804 Under 1805; about like the last. * 

1805 Unusually fine. / / 

1806 Blunt six, in excellent condition. 

1806 Pointed six, uncirculated. 

1806 Reverse die broken aeross, very fine, a rare variety 



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703 




704 


A 


705 


// 


706 


// 


707 


// 


708 


// 


709 




710 




711 


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712 

713 


// 


714 


A 


715 




716 


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717 


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718 

719 


// 


720 


* 


721 


// 


722 


// 


723 


724 


7 " 
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725 

726 


// 


727 


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728 


A 


729 


4 * 


730 




731 




732 


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733 


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734 


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735 


0 


736 


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737 



1807 Head of 1806 ; brilliant surface. / \f0 

1807 Same variety as the last, from the Bach collection ; re- 
markably fine, being scarcely less than a proof impres- 
sion. / & 0 

1807 With head of 1808 ; very fine, scarcely any circulated. / - 

1808 Fine impression, uncirculated. 

1808 Nearly equal to the last. 

1809 Very fine. 

1810 Very fine. 

1811 Scarcely touched by circulation. 

1812 Uncirculated, very fine. 

1813 Fine. 

1815 -Remarkably fine for date, though not 
lated ; very scarce. 

1815 Fine, but not as good as the last. 

1817 Very good, but touched by circulation. 

1819 Fine. 

1820 Very good. 

1821 Somewhat circulated, but has been a proof. . ' 



1822 Uncirculated, and a fine impression. 

1822 Nearly equal to the last. 

1823 Uncirculated. 

1823 Uncirculated, a variety. 

1824 Very fine. 

1825 Very fine indeed, has been a proof. 

1826 Uncirculated, a fine impression. 

1827 Uncirculated, very fine. / *- d 

1827 Quite equal to the last. / £ : 



1828 Polished, may have been proof ; very fine. 

1828 Close date, uncirculated. 

1829 Splendid polished surface. 

1829 Proof, rare. 

1830 Face doubly struck, very fine. 

1831 Scarcely less than proof. 

1832 Very good. 

1833 Fine. 

1834 Largo date, very fine. 

1834 Small date, polished surface, may have been proof. 



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739 


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740 




741 


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742 

743 




744 




745 


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746 


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747 


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748 


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751 


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752 


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753 


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754 


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755 


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756 




757 


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758 


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759 


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761 




762 




763 




764 




765 


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766 


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767 


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768 


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769 


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770 




771 




772 




773 


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775 



1834 Small date, but a different variety. 

1835 Proof, but not a fine impression. 

1836 Old die, fine. 

1836 Milled edge, very fine ; rather scarce. 






1837 Fine impression, uncirculated. 

1838 Equal to the last. 

1839 Bust, very good. 

1839 Bust, Orleans mint, fine. 

1839 Liberty seated, uncirculated. 

1840 Very fine, nearly equal to proof. 



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1840 Orleans mint, uncirculated. /£ f 

1841 Very good. 

1842 Equal to the last ; has small date. 

1842 Large date, very fine. 

1843 Uncirculated. 

1843 Orleans mint, fine, scarce. 

1844 Nearly uncirculated. 

1844 Orleans mint, very fine. 

1845 Uncirculated. 

1845 Orleans mint, fine, scarce. 

1846 Uncirculated. 

1S46 Orleans mint,' uncirculated, scarce. 

1847 Uncirculated, polished surface. 

1847 Orleans mint, very fine. 

1848 Brilliant surface, fine. ✓ 

1848 Orleans mint. 

1850 Perfectly uncirculated, nearly proof, scarce. 

1850 Orleans mint, scarce. 

1851 Fine. 

1851 Orleans mint, very fine. 

1852 Orleans mint, fine. 

1853 Fine. 

1853 Orleans mint, very fine. 

1854 Orleans mint, uncirculated. 

1855 Uncirculated. 

1855 Orleans mint, uncirculated. 

1856 Orleans mint, fine. 

1857 Uncirculated. 



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776 

777 

778 

779 

780 



1858 Proof impression, Orleans mint, rare. / / 2- ' 

1858 Uncirculated. 

1859 Uncirculated. I if 

1860 Uncirculated. 

1861 Uncirculated. 



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782 
» 783 
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7/ 785 

// 786 

787 

788 

789 

790 

791 

792 

793 

794 

795 






796 



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797 



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799 

800 

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801 

802 

803 

804 

805 

806 

807 

808 

809 

810 



QUARTERS. 

1796 Fair and scarce. /6'0 

1804 Poor, but rather scarce. iTe 

1804 Ordinary, about like the last. C r --' 

1805 Poor. 40 

1806 Very fine, not a perfect impression, but scarcely at all 

circulated, scarce. -X (1 & 

1806 Good, though not equal to the last. 

1807 Somewhat circulated, but very good for this date, scarce. 

1815 Very fine and scarce. ' + 

1818 Remarkably fine impression, scarce. 

1819 Very good. 

1820 Fully equal to the last. 

1821 Very fine indeed, has been a proof. 

1821 Nearly equal to the last. 

1822 Unusually fine, scarce. 

1824 Ordinary. 

1825 Splendid impression. 

1828 Very fine indeed, a proof impression, rare. •*'' 1 

1831 Uncirculated, brilliant. /J~* 

1832 Very fine, perfectly uncirculated, scarce. / (■ 

1832 Nearly equal to the last. / 

1833 Very good. 

1834 Fine, barely touched by circulation. 

1835 A proof impression, very fine. <S~ 

1836 Very good. 

1837 Uncirculated. 

1838 As fine as the last, brilliant surface. J 0 

1838 Liberty seated ; very fine. 

1839 Fine. / * sf 

1840 Uncirculated. 

1840 Fine, Orleans Mint, scarce. 






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817 

818 
810 
820 
821 
822 

823 

824 

825 

826 

827 

828 

829 

830 

831 

832 



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833 




834 


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835 




836 


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837 


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838 


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839 

840 


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841 


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1842 Orleans Mint, fine. V C 

1843 Fine. 

1844 Equally fine. 

1845 As good as the last. 

1846 Uncirculated. 

1847 Very tine. V 0 

1848 Fine. / S 0 

1849 Fine. C 

1850 Very good. 

1851 Good. U 0 

1852 Fair, rather scarce. 40 

1853 Without arrows; fine and rare. 

1853 With arrows ; good. <•/ 0 

1854 Good. VC 

1855 Good. VO 

1856 Good. 

1857 Uncirculated. ur 

1858 Uncirculated, brilliant. yr 

1859 Uncirculated, brilliant. Cf j 
1861 Uncirculated. 

1861 Fine as proof. 

1862 Uncirculated. 



DIMES. 



1796 Very good, though somewhat circulated ; from the Bach 

collection ; scarce. 

1797 Sixteen stars ; fine for this the rarest variety. ;• i 



1797 Thirteen stars; poor, but very rare. 

1798 Small date ; poor, rare. 

1798 Large date ; poor, rare. 

1800 Fair for this date, with one exception the rarest of all 

the dimes. ^ X' d 

1801 Poor, though good for this date. 

1802 LTnusually good, rare. /V V J 

1803 Ordinary, scarce. 

1804 4 cry fine for date, the rarest of the dimes. 

1805 Weak impression, but very little circulated, scarce. 

1807 About like the last, scarce. 



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1807 Another equally fine, perhaps a little better. 


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1809 Ordinary, scarce. 


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847 


1811 Only fair, scarce. 




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848 


1814 Tolerably good. 


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849 


1820 Fine, uncirculated. 


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1821 Small date ; nearly equal to the last. 


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851 


1821 Large date ; very fine indeed. 


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852 


1822 Only fair, scarce. 


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1823 Good, rather scarce. 


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1824 Ordinary. 


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1825 Good. 


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856 


1827 Unusually good, a proof impression. 


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857 


1827 Uncirculated, as fine as the last. 


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858 


1828 Large date, fair. 






859 


1828 Small date, fine. 




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860 


1829 Splendid, uncirculated. 


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861 


1829 Nearly equal to the last. 


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862 


1830 Uncirculated. 






863 


1831 Very fine. 


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864 


1831 Uncirculated. 


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1832 Fair. 






866 


1833 Uncirculated. 






867 


1834 Fine. 


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868 


1835 Very fine, has been proof. 


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869 


1836 Uncirculated. 






870 


1837 Bust ; broken die, fine. 


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1837 Liberty seated ; proof impression, rare. t Q 


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872 


1837 Liberty seated ; small date, uncirculated. *j. i 


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1838 Liberty seated, without stars ; very fine and rare in this 
condition. 




874 


1838 With stars; uncirculated. 


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875 


1839 Very fine. 


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876 


1840 Equally good. 


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1841 Fine. 


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878 


1842 Fine. 






879 


1843 Uncirculated. 


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880 


1844 Fair, rather scarce. 


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1345 Good. 


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883 

884 

885 

886 

887 

888 

889 

890 

891 

892 

893 

894 

895 
// 896 
// 897 

898 

899 

900 

901 

902 

903 

904 

905 

906 



907 

908 

909 

910 
/ 911 

912 

913 

914 

915 

916 



1846 

1847 

1848 

1849 

1850 

1851 

1852 
I S52 

1853 
1853 

1853 

1854 

1854 

1855 

1856 
1856 

1856 

1857 

1857 

1858 

1859 

1860 
1860 
1861 
1862 



Better than usually met with, scarce. SvT' 

Good, nearly uncirculated. ~Q 

Fine. 

Fine, from the Orleans mint. / J 

Very fine. — — — - / J 

Equally good. _ / 

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Orleans mint, fine. // Q 

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With arrows ; uncirculated. 

Variety, nearly proof. 

Fine. 

Orleans mint, very fine. 

Uncirculated. 

Orleans mint, scarce. 

Small date ; fine. 

Large date; very fine. 

Perfectly uncirculated. 

Orleans mint, uncirculated. 

Uncirculated. 

Uncirculated. 

Uncirculated, San Francisco mint, a very rare variety. XT' 
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HALF DIMES. 




1794 

1794 

1796 

1795 

1796 

1797 

1797 
1797 
1797 
1800 



Splendid proof \ exceedingly rare. 

Nearly as fine, though not quite equal to the last. J~(‘ ' 

Very fine, and in this condition, rare. 

Very fine, but little circulated. 

Remarkably fine, one ol the best I have ever met with. 

Thirteen stars; pierced, the rarest of the three va- ^ £ 
rieties. 

Sixteen stars; fine, and very rare. 

Sixteen stars ; very good, but not fine like the last. 

Fifteen stars; very fine for this variety , extremely rare. //Vi 

Very fine indeed, only a little circulated, rare. 

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917 


1801 Good for this date, which is 


seldom seen fine. ^ 




918 


1803 Remarkably fine, scarcely any circulated, very rare. 




919 


1803 Ordinary, date distinct, rare. 


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920 


1805 Very fine indeed, for this date, though the impression is 






not perfect, the piece has not been injured by circula- 


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tion, exceedingly rare. 






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921 


1805 In fair condition for so rare ; 


a piece. 


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922 


1829 Brilliant, nearly proof. 




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1830 Very fine, uncirculated. 




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924 


1831 Uncirculated. 




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925 


1831 Uncirculated. 


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1832 Very fine. 








927 


1832 Nearly proof. 


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928 


1833 Fine. 


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929 


1833 Very fine, brilliant. 


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1834 Uncirculated. 


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1835 Large date, very good. 


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932 


1835 Small date, equally good. 


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1836 Uncirculated. 


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934 


1837 Bust, fine. 


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935 


1837 Liberty seated, very fine indeed. ' 






936 


1837 Liberty seated, equally fine. 








937 


1838 Liberty seated, fine. 


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1838 With stars, uncirculated. 


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939 


1838 Without stars, poor, scarce. 


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940 


1839 Perfectly uncirculated. 








941 


1840 Equally fine. 


3 o 






942 


1849 Nearly as good. 


/ 0 






943 


1841 Very good. 


■J~0 






944 


1842 Remarkably good, scarce in 


this condition. 


/ 




945 


1843 Uncirculated. 








946 


1844 Very fine, scarce in this condition. 






947 


1845 Fine. 








948 


1846 Fair for date, scarce. 


3S~ 




949 


1847 Very fine. 


. I/O 






950 


1848 Small date, good. 








951 


1848 Large date, equally fine. 








952 


1849 Very good. 


i* o 










953 


1849 Orleans mint, poor, scarce. 






954 


1850 Uncirculated. 


3o 






955 


1851 Uncirculated. 


3o 






956 


1852 Uncirculated. 


>0 


5 




957 


1853 Without arrows, brilliant, 


scarce. 


JO 




958 


1853 With arrows, equally fine. 




/S 




959 


1853 Without arrows, from the Orleans mint, 






t re melt/ rare. 




JTJ 




960 


1854 Fine. 








961 


1855 Orleans mint, fine. 


2 o 






962 


1856 Orleans mint, uncirculated. 






963 


1856 Nearly proof. 








964 


1856 Very fine. 


/> 




// 


965 


1857 Uncirculated. 


>0 




// 


966 


1857 Orleans mint, fine. 






// 


967 


1858 Brilliant proof. 


xo 






968 


1858 Uncirculated. 


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// 


969 


1859 Uncirculated. 




/ dt 




970 


1860 Fine. 








971 


1861 Very fine. 


' 7 






972 


1862 Very fine, uncirculated. 


/ 2 ^ 





CENTS. 






973 



974 



975 

976 

977 

978 

979 

980 



1793 Flowing hair, without periods after date or Liberty, 
reverse links, “ America very fine, though not 
uncirculated, rare. 

1793 Flowing hair. The planchet on which this cent was 
struck appears to have been somewhat corroded, and 
though the piece has not a fine surface, it has been 
very little, if at all, in circulation ; rare. 

1793 lleverse, chain, poor, rare. 

1793 Flowing hair, reverse, small wreath, very fine and rare. 

1793 Flowing hair, reverse, wreath, tine and a rare variety. 

1793 Stars and stripes on the edge, good. rare. 

1793 Flowing hair, another type, rather poor, but a rare 
variety. 

1793 Resembles the last, but from different dies, poor. 












dc 












// 



981 

982 

983 



984 

985 






1002 









1003 






1004 

1005 

1006 



// 

1007 



U 



38 






1793 

1793 

1793 



1793 

1794 



986 

987 



1794 

1794 



988 1794 



989 

990 

991 

992 



1795 

1795 

1795 

1795 



993 1795 



994 

995 

996 

997 

998 

999 
1000 
1001 



1795 

1795 

1796 
1796 
1796 
1796 

1796 

1797 
1797 

1797 

1798 
1798 

1798 

1799 



Flowing hair, “ One hundred for a dollar” on the edge, 
very good and a rare variety. J p j" 

Liberty Cap, very fine for this variety, rarer than any 
of the preceding. ^ 

Liberty Cap, from the De Haven collection, as fine as 

the last, rare. sTC t | 

Altered from 1794, good — to cheat with. 

Very fine indeed, the hair a little rubbed, but otherwise 
in uncirculated condition. w ( 

Nearly as fine as the last. /7^ 

Uncirculated, though touched by cabinet friction on the 
prominent parts of the hair. This cent, of the very 
rare variety known as the “ large planchet,” retains J~~l' 
its original brightness in part ; it is from the Bach 
collection. 

Large planchet, fine ; very peculiar in appearance, not 
easily described. 

Thick die, fine for this date and variety, rare. /yj 

Thick die, nearly equal to the last, rare. <?0 

Thin, letters high up in the wreath, scarce. /Of 

Thin, letters in the middle of the wreath, verv little 

J /' 

circulated. 

Thin, the obverse distinctly double struck, presenting a 
“ two-faced” appearance, fine, unique. 

Thin, “ One Cent” high in the wreath, fine. 

Jefferson head, good for this exceedingly rare variety, y '/ 
Liberty Cap, uncirculated, extremely rare. 

Liberty Cap, dark color, but very fine. 

Liberty Cap, mis-struck, curious. jy q 

Fillet head, dark color, but a good impression, scarce. /3<f 
Fillet head, a different variety, about like the last. 

Splendid uncirculated, nearly proof, rare. l /T j- 

Different variety, fair, from the Bach collection. 

Curious mis-strike, from the Bertsch collection. 

Fine, scarcely at all circulated. 

A weak impression, but entirely uncirculated, rare. 

Good, a distinct and very rare variety. 

Very fine for this date, extremely rare. ~ Prv 






1008 

1009 

1010 

1011 

1012 

1013 

run 

1015 

1010 

1017 

1018 

1019 

1020 

1021 

1022 

1023 

1024 

1025 

1020 

1027 

1028 

1029 

1030 

1031 

1032 

1033 

1034 

1035 

1030 

1037 

1038 



1799 

1800 
1800 
1801 
1801 
1802 
1802 
1802 
1803 

1803 

1804 
1804 

1804 

1805 
1800 

1800 

1807 

1807 

1808 



Good, though not fine like the last. j / Q 

over 1799, very fine, scarcely at all circulated, scarce. 



/<r 



1808 

1809 

1809 

1810 

1810 

1811 

1811 

1811 

1811 

1812 

1812 

1812 



Perfect die, nearly as fine as the last. c ' ' 

Dark color, but not injured by circulation. 

Reverse has . 1 scarce variety, fine. kTo 
ooo* m / 

Very fine, scarcely any circulated. 

A variety, quite equal to the last. 

Still another type, equally good. ‘j ' 

Very tine. 

A variety, uninjured by circulation. 

Perfect die, very fine for this date, rare. 

Perfect die, remarkably fine, but very little circulated, 

/ ^ / 

extremely rare. 

Broken die, fine for this variety, very rare. 

Uncirculated, excessively rare in this condition. 

Dark color, but very fine for date, never having been 
injured by circulation. 

Fine, though not equal to the last. 

over 1806, very good for this variety. (j 

Perfect die, fine, but little circulated. 

Uncirculated, very fine indeed. This cent seems to be 
of the variety usually described as having twelve 
stars ; on this specimen the thirteenth star appears, 
but so faintly as to be scarcely visible. ^ ^ 

Thirteen stars, fine impression, nearly equal to the last. / ) 

Very fine, scarce. 3 3 J 

Another nearly as fine, but dark color. 

Fine impression and color, hair touched with the 
graver ; in such condition rare. j li O C 

Fine, scarcely any circulated, 
over 1810, good, rather scarce, 
over 1810, not equal to the last. 

Perfect die, fair, scarce. 

Perfect die, ordinary. 

Very tine, though not entirely uncirculated. / C 
Good, nearly equal to the last. 

Dark color, but finer impression than either of the 
preceding. 



6 o 

3? 
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40 



/ 









1039 

1040 

1041 

1042 

1043 

1044 

1045 

1046 

1047 

1048 

1049 

1050 

1051 

1052 

1053 

1054 

1055 

1056 

1057 

1058 

1059 

1060 
1061 
1062 
1003 

1064 

1065 

1066 
1067 



// 



























1068 

1069 

1070 



1813 

1813 

1813 

1814 
1814 

1814 

1816 

1816 

1816 

1817 

1817 

1817 

1817 

1818 
1818 

1818 

1818 

1819 

1819 

1819 

1819 

1819 

1820 
1820 
1821 
1821 
1821 
1822 
1822 
1823 
1823 
1823 



/yTO 

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/ 0 O — 

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Uncirculated, from the Bach collection. hTc 
Fine, very little circulated, hut of dark color. 

Fair, hut not fine. 

With cross on the figure 4, uncirculated, rare. 

The other variety, from the Bach collection, uncircu- 
lated, rare. /o-o 

The same variety, uncirculated and a fine impression. 
Perfect die, uncirculated, very fine, scarce ; from the 
Bach collection. 

Broken die, uncirculated, red. 

Broken die, uncirculated. 

Thirteen stars, remarkably fine, a proof impression. 
Thirteen stars, fine color, perfectly uncirculated. 

Thirteen stars, bright and uncirculated. 

Fifteen stars, very fine, though a little circulated. 

Broad date, uncirculated, portions remaining bright. 

Broad date, uncirculated, better impression than the 
last. 

Close date, uncirculated. 

Close date, very fine indeed ; appears to have been 
twice struck. 

Splendid proof , rare. 4'nf" 

Large date, bright, uncirculated. 

Large date, very fine. 

Small date, fine impression, perfectly uncirculated. 

Small date, very fine. O* ^ 

Fine, uncirculated. ‘ ^ ^ 

Not quite as good. +J C 

Remarkably fine, not injured by circulation, rare. /trO 
Perfectly uncirculated. / J "~ 0 

Very good, though not strictly fine. w 

Perfectly uncirculated, scarce. 

A fine impression, nearly equal to the last. 

Original, very good, has been in circulation. 

Original, about like the last, though rather better. sr 
Re-struck; the obverse of this cent is little inferior in 
beauty to a proof, being altogether the finest specimen 
of this variety that I have ever met with. 



I 



41 









ft 



7 / 












ft 















1071 

1072 

1073 

1074 

1075 

1076 

1077 

1078 

1079 

1080 
1081 
1082 
1083 



1824 

1824 

1825 

1825 

1826 
1826 
1820 
1827 
1827 

1827 

1828 
1828 
1829 



Uncirculated, very line, scarce. /. 
Good, but not equal to the last. 



Very line, the hair only slightly touched. / / " 

Good, though not equal to the last. , 

Bright, uncirculated, scarce. ^ ; 

Every way equal to the last. 

Another remarkably line impression, uncirculated. . 

Perfectly uncirculated. .. . '7£ 

Perfectly uncirculated, has line surlace, resembling . 
proof. 

Very fine impression ; rev. damaged. 

Small date, very fine, barely touched by circulation. /3f 
Fully equal to the last. / crtr- 

Uneirculated, portions bright, from the Bach collection;, 
rare in this condition. ^ '"V 

Perfectly uncirculated, and a finer impression than the, ^ 

Remarkably tine, has almost proof surface, scarce. O 

Bright and uncirculated, rare. Si 

Splendid proof , very rare. 

Uncirculated, bright, scarce. . ^ 

From the Bach collection, perfectly uncirculated, fine 

color. S' if 

Fine, from the Bach collection. 

Uninjured by circulation, though not a fine impression. J. 
Very fine indeed, uncirculated. 

Small stars, in excellent condition. 

Large stars, uncirculated. , ' L 

Ot the double face variety, remarkably good, scarce. 6c 
Faint impression, but uncirculated. 

Better impression, but somewhat circulated. 

Broken die, uncirculated. C/Z 

Perfect die, uncirculated. 

Excellent impression. 

Nearly as fine as the last, though not strictly uncirculated. 
Uncirculated, bright, scarce. 

As fine as the last. 

Booby head, fine, though not quite uncirculated. 



1084 #1829 



1085 

1086 
‘1087 
1088 

1089 

1090 

1091 

1092 

1093 

1094 



1096 

1097 

1098 

1099 

1100 
1101 
1102 
}108 
1104 



1830 

1830 

1831 

1831 

1832 

1833 
1833 

1833 

1834 
1834 

1834 

1835 

1835 

1836 

1836 

1837 

1837 

1838 

1838 

1839 






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42 



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1105 




1106 


n // 


1107 




1108 




1109 




1110 




1111 




1112 




1113 


1114 


SP/7 


1115 


yj -* / 


y'-' J ^ y / . 


1116 




1117 




1118 




1119 




1120 




1121 


1122 


J ‘ 1. f 


1123 




1124 




1125 


1126 


J 

/3^ . 


1127 




1128 


, o. 


1129 




1130 




1131 




1132 




1133 




1134 




1135 




1136 


h 


1137 




1138 




1139 


1110 



1141 



1839 The same variety, equally fine. sr 

1839 With head of 1840, fine. tfO ,,, 

1840 Small date, in fair condition, not uncirculated . 1 

1840 Large date, perfectly uncirculated. / J 

1841 Beautiful proof, rare. kHTO 

1841 Fine. , 

1842 A proof impression, but has been cleaned ; rare. //>- 



1842 Small date, rather poor. 

1842 Large date, uncirculated. 

1843 Uncirculated. 

1843 Equally good, excellent impression. 
1843 With date directly under the bust 
scarce variety. 



c. 

7 S' 

<ro 

good, and a very 



1844 Entirely uncirculated, seldom met with so good. C > 



1845 Perfectly uncirculated. 

1845 A finer impression than the last 

1846 Tarnished proof, rare. 

1846 Uncirculated. 

1847 Fine impression, bright. 

1847 Quite equal to the last. 

1848 Fine proof, rare. 

1848 Uncirculated. 

1849 Splendid proof, rare. 

1850 Uncirculated. 

1851 Bright, uncirculated. 

1852 Bright, uncirculated. 



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Cf 0 

3 >cT 

3T 

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sv 

XV 0 

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1852 Very perfect impression, fine polished surface. 



1853 Bright, uncirculated. 

1853 Bronzed, very fine. 

1854 Perfect impression, uncirculated. 

1854 As good as the last. 

1855 Splendid proof , rare. 

1855 Uncirculated. 

1855 Fine impression, bronzed. 

1856 Fine proof, a little tarnished, rare. 
1856 Bright, uncirculated. 

1856 Another, equally fine. 

1856 Nickel, proof, scarce. 



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43 





1142 


1857 


// 


1143 


1857 










1144 


1793 




1145 


1793 


A?,j J 


114G 


1793 




1147 


1794 




1148 


1794 




1149 


1795 


1 n 

T\/C Is* ' 


1150 

1151 


1795 

1795 




1152 


1795 








1 1 


1153 


1796 




1154 


1797 




1155 


1797 




1156 


1797 




1157 


1800 


m< nr* 


1158 


1802 


1 tf 


1159 


1803 


-J 


1160 


1804 




1161 


1804 




1162 


1804 




1163 


1805 




1164 


1805 


1165 


1806 




1166 


1806 


/'wrUr* 


1167 


1807 


A? ,jj \)J 


1168 


1808 


1169 


1808 




1170 


1 s< >9 


ff 


1171 


1809 









HALF CENTS. 



Large planchot, remarkably tine, though not uncircu- 
lated. f C 

Different variety, in fair condition. 

Small planchet, a little better than the last. 

Unusually fine, red, rare in this condition. 

Not a perfect impression, though but little circulated. 6 
Thick, very fair for this variety. 

Thick, about like the last. Jr 

Thin, scarcely any circulated, scarce. /Jf 
Thin, about equal to the last ; from the Bach collec- 
tion. <AT 

From the llsley collection ; purchased for genuine, 
but not guaranteed. -y - 

But little circulated, though dark, and not a fine im- 
pression. 

About like the last. 

Broad milling, extending far onto the field of the coin ; 
very good, and a scarce variety. 

Good impression, scarcely any circulated. 

Poor, as is usual with this date, scarce. 

Fair for date. 

Very fine indeed. 



30 



2. 






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Perfectly uncirculated, and a fine impression. 



Fully equal to the last. 

Very fine, in this condition scarce. 
Fully equal to the last. 

Bright, and uncirculated. 



A r~ 

60 

Xj~ 

Another, equally fine. 

Fair for this date. 

Very good, though injured by circulation. 
Nearly as good. 

Entirely uncirculated. 

Scarcely inferior to the last. 

6 











1172 


1810 






1173 


1810 






1174 


1811 






1175 


1811 






1176 


1825 






1177 


1826 






1178 


1828 






1179 


1828 






1180 


1828 






1181 


1829 






1182 


1831 






1183 


1832 






1184 


1833 






1185 


1833 




*/ 


1186 


1834 




// 


1187 


1834 




tt 


1188 


1835 






1189 


1835 




ft 


1190 


1837 






1191 


1845 






1192 


1849 






1193 


1849 




/t 


1194 


1849 




// 


1195 


1850 






1196 


1851 






1197 


1851 






1198 


1852 






1199 


1853 




1200 


1854 






1201 


1854 






1202 


1855 






1203 


1856 






1204 


1856 






1205 


1856 






1206 


1857 






1207 


1857 






1208 


1857 



44 



Scarcely at all circulated, but of dark color, scarce. 
Not equal to the last. .2 J 

Original , poor but scarce. 

Re-struck, very flue, and rare. 

Uncirculated, fine impression. / J 

Uncirculated. 



Uncirculated, bright, has thirteen stars. 



/C 



Uncirculated, bright, excellent impression. 

Twelve stars, fine for this variety, rather scarce. 
Ordinary. 

Fine, though not a proof, guaranteed original and genu- 
• 

me, very rare. 

Good. 

Tarnished proof, a very beautiful specimen, rare. 
Splendid impression, bright, uncirculated. J- v 

Very fine. s v/ 

Uncirculated, quite equal to the last. 

Very fine indeed, uncirculated but not bright. 

Finer than the last. 

Half cent worth of pure copper, uncirculated, scarce. 
Splendid proof, excessively rare. 

Small date, rare. 

Large date, fine. 

Large date, uncirculated, polished surface. 
Uncirculated, a little scarce. 

Uncirculated. ' — J 

Fine as the last. 

Splendid proof, rare. - l • 

Good, rather scarce. 

Fine impression, uncirculated. 

Nearly as fine. 

Fine. 

Splendid proof, rare. 

Perfectly uncirculated. 

Uncirculated, red. 

Splendid proof, rare. 

Uncirculated. 

Uncirculated. 






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45 



L 



PRESIDENTIALS AND POLITICALS. 



(the closing numbers refer to the size.) 

ANDREW JACKSON. 

1209 Bust at three-quarters face ; rev. “United States of America ; 

lead, tine, and rare, 28. 

1210 Bust to right, “ Old Hickory took the Responsibility ; cop- 

per, proof, 21. 

1211 Head to right, Laureate d, “Elected 1829,” &c.; brass, very ^ 

tine, 18. ^ C 

1212 Bust facing; within a wreath; rev. eagle; brass scarce, 18. 

1213 Bust facing; rev. “Hero of New Orleans;” brass, tine, lo. 

1214 Another like the last, not pierced, 18. 

1215 Bust to left; rev. “The Nation’s Good;” brass, scarce, 15. 



1216 Inauguration Medal, second term; silver, proof, 12. 






c }CT 



MARTIN VAN BUREN. 

1217 “Martin VanBuren.the fearless Democrat;” copper, proof, 22 

1218 Same in brass, proof, 22. 

1219 Same in tin, proof, 22. 

/ 1220 “The Sober Second Thought,” &c.; copper, 18. 

1221 Bust to left; rev. scales; brass, 15. 



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WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. 

1222 The Bunker Hill Jubilee Medal, by Mitchell ; re-struck from 

the original dies, silver, proof, only eight struck, 28. 

1223 Same in tin, proof, 28. 

1224 Bust to right, by Stimpson ; rev.. Bunker Hill Monument, 

“ A Nation’s Gratitute,” re-struck from the original dies, 
silver, proof, rare, 25. 

1225 Same in copper, proof, rare, 25. 

1226 Same in brass, splendid proof, 25. 

1227 Same in tin, splendid proof, 25. 

1228 Bust, by Stimpson, “Honor where Honor’s due ;” rev. “Henry 

Clay, the farmer of Ashland,” head within a wreath, by 
Thomas ; copper, proof, 28. 

1229 Same as the last, brass, proof, 28. 



1230 

1231 

1232 



1233 

1234 



1235 

1236 

1237 

1238 

1239 

1240 

1241 

1242 

1243 

1244 

1245 

1246 

1247 

1248 

1249 

1250 

1251 

1252 



Same in tin, proof, 28. JiT 

Military bust facing left ; rev. log cabin, with nine soldiers ; 
tin, original proof, and very rare, 24. 

A log cabin, with flag inscribed, “ Tip.,” “ Ninth President of . 
the United States rev. wreath, “United States of America 
lead, very rare, 28. 

Obv. same ; rev. plain ; lead, very rare, 28. - C 

Bust to left ; rev. log cabin, with tree at each side of the 
building, “The people’s choice, the Hero of Tippecanoe;” 
re-struck from the original dies, silver, proof, rare, 22. 

Same in copper, fine, proof, 22. 

Same in tin, equally fine, 22. C C 

Obv. same ; rev. plain, “ He is a freeman whom the truth v ' 
makes free copper, proof, rare, 22. 

Same in brass, proof, rare, 22. 

Same in tin, proof, 22. 



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Obv. Harrison’s residence ; rev. blank, copper, proof, rare, 22. 
Obv. same ; rev. “ He is a freeman,” Ac. ; nickel, proof, 22. J 
Same in copper, proof, 22. 

Small Harrison, by Stimpson, in nickel; very rare, only 
two Struck in this metal, 22. 

Bust to left ; rev. “ The People’s Choice ;” brass, 19. 

Same in copper, 19. 

Military bust; rev. “The home of Gen. Harrison;” brass, 
proof, 18. 

Bust ; rev. “ Go it, Tip,” 17. 

Military bust, The People’s Choice, 1840 ; brass, fine, 15. 

Bust, The Choice of the People, 1840 ; brass, fine, 15. 

Bust, The People’s Choice, 1841. 

Bust, The People’s Choice, the hero of Tippecanoe ; brass, 
fine, 16. , Jr ' 

Bust; rev. steamboat “ Loco Foco line;” brass, 14. 



JAMES K. POLK. 



1253 Bust of Polk and Pallas facing ; rev. “ Success will crown our 

efforts;” nearly proof, scarce, 29. 

1254 Bust of Dallas, “ United we stand, divided we fall ;” tin, bril- 

liant proof, 25. 



7o 

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1255 



1256 



1257 

1258 

1259 

1260 
1261 



Jo 



HENRY CLAY. 

Head to left, by Mitchell; rev. Angel and monument; splendid 
proof, tin, 32. 

Head within a wreath, “Henry Clay, the farmer of Ashland,” 
by Thomas; rev. “ nominated,” Ac. ; tin, original , fine and / / 
rare, 24. 

Same as the last, splendid proof in silver re-struck; extremely / ^ 
rare, 24. 

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1263 

1264 

1265 

1266 

1267 

1268 

1269 

1270 

1271 

1272 

1273 

1274 

1275 

1276 

1277 

1278 

1279 

1280 



Same in copper, proof, 24. 

Same in brass, proof, 24. 

Same in nickel, proof, rare, 24. 

Same in tin, proof, 24. 

Obv. same; rev. monument “Bunker Hill, a Nation’s Grati- 
tude;” silver, proof, very rare, 24. / 2-^ 

Same in copper, proof, 24. <- 

Same in brass, proof, 24. ^ ' 

Same in tin, proof, 24. /o 

Obv. like reverse of the last; rev. “Henry Clay of Kentucky 
for President,” &c. ; brass, proof, 24. 

Impression from the obv. die of the Clay medal, by Thomas ; 

rev. plain ; lead, only one struck, very tine, 24. '\A~" 

Large head facing right; rev. “Let us encourage,” Ac.; fine, 
proof, 24. 

Clay, by True ; rev. “ Equal and full protection,” Ac., 23..^ 

“H. Clay, the man of the people, the star of the West,” Ac; 
tin, proof, 20. 

Medal by Gardner; rev. “United we stand ;” copper, fine, 18. 

Same as the last, but struck before the “we” was cut on the 
die ; copper, very fine, 18. 

Head to left, “The Mill Boy of the Slashes,” 16. 

Head to right; rev. A tariff for protection ; silver, proof, rare, 

12 . 

Same in copper, proof, 12. ^ 

Same in brass, proof, 12. 

Same in nickel, proof, 12 
Same in tin, proof, 12 

Bust to left ; rev. Clay and Frelinghuysen ; brass, hollow, 16. uT, 
Another similar design, but both dies different, 16. J 



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48 






1281 Clay button, 1845; very fine, scarce, brass, 14. 

1282 Another smaller size ; equally fine, brass, 8. 






ZACHARY TAYLOR. 






1283 Head to right ; rev. “ A little more grape,” &c., a beautiful 

little medal by Wright ; copper, proof, plated, 20. /<r 

1284 Bust facing ; rev. eagle; copper, very fine, 14. / 2- 

1285 Same pierced; copper, 14. 

1286 Bust to left; rev. Fort Harrison, &c. ; brass, proof, 18. 

^ 1287 Taylor button ; very fine, brass, 15. 

1283 Filmore ; rev. eagle; two pieces, brass, 18. 




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WINFIELD SCOTT. 

1289 Bust within a wreath, by Thomas; rev. “ Nominated by the 



Baltimore Convention,” &c. ; beautiful copper proof, 22. n 

1290 Same in brass, rare, 22. -7 q 

1291 Head to left; rev. “Lundy’s Lane,” “Vera Cruz,” &c. ; tin, 

proof, 20. 

1292 Bust to right, Gen. Winfield Scott, “First in war,” &c. ; brass / 

fine, 19. 

1293 Same as the last, not pierced, 19. 

1294 Bust by Hayden ; rev. Scott wounded at Lundy’s Lane ; brass, 

proof, 18. 

1295 Franklin Pierce for President, &c. ; brass, 18. 






JAMES BUCHANAN. 

1296 Bust; rev. eagle, United States of America; brass, two 

pieces, 16 

1297 Same, with 31 S. under the eagle; brass, 16. 



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JOHN C. FREMONT. 

1298 Bust; rev. eagle, United States of America; brass, fine, two 
, pieces. 

1299 Same as last, not pierced ; brass, fine, 18. 

1300 Bust ; rev. eagle on a globe ; brass, proof, 16. 

1301 Same as the last; proof, 16. 



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1302 

1303 

1304 



ABRAHAM LINCOLN 

Busts of Lincoln and Johnson facing, eagle above ; rev. Re 



publican candidates, 1804; tin, proof, 28. 



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1307 



1308 
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1310 

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1312 

1313 

1314 

1315 



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1317 

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1319 



1320 



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1324 

1325 

1326 

1327 



Bust to left; rev. The Rail-Splitter, Ac.; tin, proof, 28. 

Bust to right ; rev. rails crossed, by Key ; tin, proof, orig- 
inal, 26. 

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Bust to left; rev. a rail fence ; copper, proof, scarce, 24. 

Same in tin; proof, 24. 

Bust to right, by J. D. Lovett ; rev. Free Territory for a Free 
People ; copper, proof, 19. 

Same as the last ; tin, proof, 19. 

Bust ; rev. “The man that can split rails,” &c. ; brass, proof, 15. 

Head to right; rev. card of J. H. Merriam ; tin, fine, 19. J- & 

Head to right, by Ellis ; rev. The Rail-Splitter of the West; > c 1 
brass, fine, 17. 

Same ; copper, fine, 17. / 

Same ; silver plated, proof, 17. / 

Obv. same; rev. eagle, United States of America; copper, 
proof, extremely rare, 17. yr 

Bust to right ; rev. Free Homes for Free Men, within a wreath ; 
brass, proof, 16. 2 S 

Obv. same ; rev. from a different die ; brass, proof, 16. >• d 

Bust; rev. Liberty, Union and Equality; brass, proof, 16. 

Same ; equally fine, 16. 

Head of Washington, “First in War,” &c.; rev. “Lincoln;” 
tin, proof, 16. 

Bust; rev. “No more slave territory ;” Merriam’s small medal; 
copper, proof, 16. 

Bust to right; rev. “ Freedom national, Slavery sectional ;” 
brass, proof, 15. -Z- ^ 

Same; tin, proof, 15. 

Bust; rev. Our policy, &c. ; brass, proof, 15. 

Head facing; rev. eagle, “ Union of the States;” rev. brass, 
fine, scarce, 14. 

Ferrotypes, Lincoln and Hamlin, set as a medal; brass, 15. 

Bust; rev. Wide-awakes; tin, proof, 12. 

Head; rev. Lehr’s Needle Threaders; brass, proof, 12. 



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1329 

1330 

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1353 

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STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. 

Bust; rev. "Support the Little Giant," &c.; brass, proof, 21. /J 

Bust tacing, Henning & Eyman’s, large medal ; tin, fine, 27. 

Bust to left ; rev. eagle and stars, by True ; tin, proof, 26. 3 * 

Head to left, by Childs; rev. “ Popular Sovereignty, Non- , 
intervention," &c. ; tin proof, 24. 

Obv. same ; rev. " Born April 23, 1813. Died June 3, 1861 ;" 
tin proof, 24. 

Bust to left; rev. eagle, “ Liberty, Uuion, and Equality;” 
brass, proof; two pieces, 18. 

Bust to left ; rev. " Popular Sovereignty, National Union ;" 
brass, proof, 15. 

John Bell bust; rev. eagle ; brass proof ; two pieces, 16. 

Bell bust to left ; rev. “ The Constitution and the Union, now 
and forever ;” brass proof, 16. 

Bell bust facing; rev. eagle, union of the States ; brass, 12. 

Bell and Everett; tin types, brass, 16. 

Breckenridge ; rev. “ Our Country and our Rights ;" brass, 
fine, scarce, 16. 

Bell; rev. president’s house ; plated proof, 14. 

Breckenridge and Lane ; tintypes, in medal ; brass, fine, 16. 

Cass ; rev. eagle on clouds ; brass, 18. / S’ 

Douglas; rev. M. Y. 0. B.; nickel, proof, 12. 

Same in tin, proof, 12. 

Jackson Inauguration Medal ; splendid, silver proof, 12. 

McClellan ; rev. “ My Country I am sworn to defend ;” tin 
proof, 22. 

McClellan military bust facing; rev. "One flag, and one 
Union, now and forever.” 

John Quincy Adams, bust ; rev. " Science gives peace and 
America plenty ;” fine copy of a very rare medal, 34. 

James Madison, bust, surrounded by a wreath; rev. the » .. 
residence of Andrew Jackson, tin, proof, 24. 

Abraham Lincoln, by True ; rev. eagle and stars ; tin 
proof, 25. 

John C. Breckenridge ; rev. like the last; tin proof, 25. 

John Bell ; rev. like the last, tin proof, 25. J 

Stephen A. Douglas ; same rev. ; tin proof, 25. 

Wright’s Medal of Gen. Taylor ; splendid tin proof, rare, 22. 






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MEDALETS, POLITICAL AND 
MISCELLANEOUS. 



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1355 Kossuth, “Nothing is impossible,” &c. ; brass, 18. 

135G Kossuth, the Washington of Hungary ; tin, very rare, 18. 

1357 Hartford Wide-awakes, 1860; silver plated, milled edge, 

scarce, 18. 

1358 Hartford Wide-awakes ; copper and tin, proof; two pieces, 18. 

1359 Not one cent, but just as good ; brass, scarce, 18. 

1360 United States Armory, established, &e. ; rev. view of Spring- 

field Arsenal ; copper proof, 18. 

1361 Medal to commemorate the passage of the liquor law in New 

York, 1855; brass, fine, 18. 

1362 Glorious Whig victory of 1834; rev. “Fellow-citizens, save 

your Constitution ;” copper, nearly proof, rare, 17. 

1363 Medal of G. C. Verplanck ; brass, scarce. 

1364 Eagle with shield, inscribed, Bunker Hill. All hail, our 

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country’s freedom. The Patriots of 1775; brass, scarce, 16. 

1365 Bramhall’s Token ; “ Success,” Ac. ; brass, fine, 15. 

1366 Jeff. Davis hanging; rev. Death to Traitors; silver plated, 

proof, 15. 

1367 Palmetto tree, No Submission to the North ; rev. The Wealth / 

of the South; plated proof, 14. 

1368 Same in copper, two pieces, 14. 

1369 Same in brass, 14. 

1370 Constitution, a scroll below; rev. Concession before Seces- 

sion ; a set — copper, nickel, brass and tin ; four pieces, 
proof, 12. 

1371 Robinson’s Fourth of July Medalet; brass, proof, 12. 

1372 Half cent’s worth of pure copper, 1837 ; very fine indeed, 14. 

1373 Arms of R. I.; Fremont and Dayton, the people’s choice; 

tin, proof ; only three struck,. 20. 

The last piece and the fourteen following all bearing the same obv., with 
rev. as described, are very rare, only three of each having been 6truck ; thev 
are all tin, proof, and of size 20. 



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1374 Eagle and shield, with sixteen stars, surrounded by a wreath. 

1375 A soldier with gun, surrounded by stars, “ Vt. Militia.” 

1376 Man on horseback, with dog — huntiug scene. 

1377 A dog pursuing a water-bird. 

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1378 A man on horseback — Boston Light Dragoons. 

1379 A flock of pheasants. 

1380 A man shooting a bird from a tree. 

1381 Dogs in pursuit of game. 

1382 A stag. 

1383 A gray hound. 

1384 A hare running. 

1385 Two pheasants. 

1386 “ War of 1861,” “engaged in the above battles.” y 

1387 Long-haired man in star-spangled shirt ; rev. “ The Union,” <fcc. ; 
•copper, proof, 21. 

First battle between iron-clads ; copper, 20. 

Loco-Foco head ; rev. mint drop, copper, 19. 

A bull; “Friend to the Constitution uncirculated, rare, 18. 
Woman in chains, kneeling, “ Am I not a woman and a sister; 
copper, uncirculated, nearly proof, 18. 

1392 •' Am I not a man and a brother ;” rev. hands clasped, copper, 
fine, rare, 18. 

Jackson in safe ; rev. fat jackass, and one of the other 
variety ; copper, fine, two pieces, 18. 

A set of the political tokens of 1837 ; twenty-five pieces, all 
different, and nearly all very fine ; one in brass. Very " 
difficult to get together so fine a set, 18. 



1388 

1389 

1390 

1391 



1393 



1394 



1395 

1396 

1397 

1398 

1399 

1400 



1401 
/ f 1402 

1403 

1404 

1405 



Hard Times Tokens. Duplicate of the last lot ; copper, fine, 
thirteen pieces. 

Sage’s Historical Tokens, all different ; copper, proof, fourteen 
pieces, 20. 

Sage’s numismatic gallery, Messrs. Bogert, Colburn, Jaudon 
and Cliesley ; copper, proofs, four pieces, 20. 

Springfield Base Ball Club ; copper, proof, 20. 

Same in tin, proof, 20. 

Medal of William H. Seward, “ A faithful friend,” <fcc. ; br&aa, 
fine, scarce, 17. 

Fireman’s medal ; brass, proof, 20. 



John Allen ; brass, proof, 20. 

Great Eastern medals ; copper, proof, 20. 
Same ; brass, proof, 20. 

Atlantic Telegraph medal ; copper, proof, 20. 






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1410 

1411 

1412 

1413 

1414 

1415 

1416 

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1418 

1419 



Same ; in tin, proof, 20. 

New York City Ilall ; rev. eagle ; brass, proof, 22. /" 
Springfield Arsenal; brass, proof, 18. 

Very curious and pretty, engraved piece; obv. flowers ; rev 
scroll work. 

Washington; rev. “ Our country and our flag;” brass, fine, 15 ^ 
Tom Thumb medalet ; rev. Victoria; plated, fine, 15. 
Temperance medal; three varieties; brass, fine, 16. 

Counterfeit Half Eagle, 1803; copper, 16. 

Counterfeit Quarter Eagle ; very fine, brass, 12. 

Obv. chevalier; rev. esquire ; copper, tine, two pieces* II. 



Columbia Farthing; copper, fine, 13. 









California gold digger; rev. head of Liberty ; brass, fine, 14. 

Man playing cards; rev. “Keep your temper;” brass, fine, 14 
Kossuth, the Washington of Hungary ; brass, nearly proof, 18. 

1420 Head of Liberty ; rev. a man playing cards ; copper, nearly 

proof, 16. 

1421 Head of Liberty ; rev. City Hall; brass, proof, 12. 

1422 Figure 3 surrounded with a circle of dots, a single star 
behind the figure ; rev. the same ; copper, 12. 

1423 Two Cornucopias surrounding bow, arrows, &c. ; rev. cable 
and anchor with three stars; copper, very fine, 14. 

1424 Ferrotypes of Bell and Everett. 

1425 Ferrotypes of Douglas and Johnson. 

1426 Massachusetts Buttons, large and small ; two pieces. 

1427 Kossuth Button, extremely rare ; silver plated, 15. /tj 

1428 Mobile Jockey Club, member’s medal ; two varieties, tin, 
proof, 18. 

' // ‘ 1429 A planchet of copper, curiously engraved, with something re- 

sembling a bottle, in high relief, possibly the seal of some 
anti-temperance society. 

4k* 1430 Man standing with shamrock and club ; “ Pure Copper Pref- 

erable to Paper ;” very fine indeed, and scarce. 



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PATTERN PIECES. 

1431 Half Dollar, 1787, from the Bertsch collection, unique. 

1432 Disme, 1792, head of Liberty, “ Liberty parent of Science and 



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Indus.;” rev. eagle flying, United States of America, in very 
satisfactory condition for a piece so excessively rare. 

1433 Martha Washington Half Disme ; a slight dent on the obv., 

otherwise very fine indeed, being scarcely touched by circu- 
lation, rare. / Jf / / 

1434 Trial Piece for United States Cent, 1792 ; eagle on a rock ; 

obv. from an original die, fine proof in copper. 

1435 U. S. A. or Bar Cent ; rev. 13 bars, a very fine original , from 

the Bach collection. 

1436 Impression from the obv. die of the Half Dollar of 1822, 

copper, proof, only three struck. 

1437 Flying Eagle Dollar, 1836; fine, proof, rare. 

1438 Three Cent Piece, 1837 ; Feuchtwanger’s composition, fine. 

1439 One Cent, 1837 ; Feuchtwanger’s composition, fine, three 

pieces. 

1440 Half Dollar, 1838; rev. flying eagle, perfect die , brilliant 

proof, exceedingly rare. [. / 

1441 Half Dollar, 1838 ; rev. flying eagle, cracked die, brilliant 

proof, very rare. ^ ' j 

1442 Half Dollar, 1838; obv. Head of Liberty; rev. spread eagle ; 

brilliant proof , extremely rare. 

1443 Gold Dollar, 1849 ; square hole in the centre, spendid proof, 

extremely rare. 

1444 California Model Dollar, 1849; obv. eagle and shield sur- 



rounded by stars, fine and rare. 

1445 Three Cent piece, 1850 ; Liberty Cap ; rev. United States of 

America ; brilliant proof, rare. 

1446 Bing Cent, 1850, not pierced ; fine proof in nickel, rare. 

1447 Dollar, 1851 ; splendid proof in copper, of the highest rarity. 

1448 Quarter Eagle, 1851 ; struck in silver, exceedingly rare. 

1449 One Cent, 1851, obv. of the Quarter Dollar: rev. 1 Cent, 

within a wreath ; fine proof in copper, rare. 

1450 Silver Dollar, 1852 ; original, fine, uncirculated, exceed- 

# / / * 1 

ingly rare. - * 

1451 Cent, 1854, head of Liberty, without stars ; copper, proof. 

1452 Cent, 1854, flying eagle ; copper, proof. 

1453 Cent, 1854, flying eagle ; very fine. 

1454 Cent, 1855, flying eagle ; copper, proof. 






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1455 

1456 

1457 

1458 

1459 

1460 

1461 

1462 

1463 

1464 

1465 

1466 

1467 

1468 

1469 

1470 

1471 



1472 

1473 

1474 

1475 

1476 

1477 

1478 

1479 

1480 



Cent, 1855, flying eagle ; nickel, fine, extremely rare. 

Cent, 1855, flying eagle ; contains a proportion of tin, fine, rare. 
Cent, 1855, flying eagle ; bronze, proof. 

Cent, 1855, flying eagle ; copper and nickel, proof, rare, i/ 
Cent, 1855; larger proportion nickel, fine, rare. J 0 

Cent, 1855, flying eagle ; nearly pure copper, fine, rare. 6 c 
Half Cent, 1856 ; fine proof in nickel, very rare ./ J~ C 

Cent, 1855 ; nickel, proof, rare. 

Cent, 1856; nickel size, in copper, rare. - 

Cent, 1857 ; nickel, proof. 

Quarter Eagle, 1857 ; rev. eagle, 2 ^ D. ; copper, proof, rare. - 
Cent, 1858, Indian head, oak, wreath and shield ; nickel, 



proof. 






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Cent, 1858, Indian head, without shield ; proof. 

Cent, 1858, small eagle, laurel wreath ; proof. 

Cent, 1858, obv. same ; rev. oak wreath. 

Cent, 1858, large eagle ; rev. tobacco wreath. 

Twenty-Dollar Piece, 1859, obv. Liberty seated, eagle, stars, 

&c. ; rev. United States of America, 20 Dollars, 1859;.' 
splendid copper proof, rare. 

Half Dollar, 1859, Liberty seated ; rev. eagle, by Paquet 
silver, proof, rare. 

Half Dollar, 1859, like the last; copper, proof. 

Half Dollar, 1859, head of Liberty ; rev. 50 Cents, surrounded j 
by a wreath ; silver, proof, rare. 

Half Dollar, 1859, like the last ; copper, proof, rare. S C 

Half Dollar, 1859, head of Liberty; rev. £ Dollar, within a r~ 
wreath ; splendid silver proof, rare. 

Half Dollar, 1859, like the last ; copper, proof, rare. 

Half Dollar, 1859, head of Liberty ; rev. Half Dollar, within j 
a wreath ; splendid silver proof, rare. 

Half Dollar, 1859, like the last; copper, proof, rare. 

Half Dollar, 1859; obv. head of Liberty ; rev. Liberty seated, 
surrounded by stars, and date 1859; splendid silver proof, 
from Mr. Levick’s collection. A pattern piece so rare that 
I have never met with another specimen, and do not know if 
another exists. I believe this was formerly in the Coffin 
collection. 






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1481 Cent, 1859; nickel size, in copper, rare. /W' 

1482 Half Eagle, 1861 ; Clark, Gruber & Co., Denver ; obv. head ; 
rev. eagle ; copper, fine, scarce. 

1483 Eagle, 1862, “God our trust” on the field of the coin; 
splendid bronze proof, very rare. 

1484 Eagle, 1862, “ God our trust,” on a scroll ; splendid bronze 
proof, extremely rare. 

1485 Half Dollar, 1862, “ God our trust,” on the field ; brilliant 

proof in copper. This piece and the following are much 
rarer than any other of the “ God our trust” pattern pieces, 
except those of 1861. 

1486 Half Dollar, 1862, “ God our trust,” on a scroll ; splendid 

proof in copper. 

1487 Half Dollar, 1862, “ God our trust,” on the field; splendid 

proof in silver, extremely rare. 

1488 Half Dollar, 1862, “ God our trust,” on a scroll ; splendid 

proof in silver, extremely rare. 

1489 Nickel Cent, 1862, struck on a planchet two sizes larger than 

usual, uncirculated. . c 

1490 Cent, 1863 ; nickel, with milled edge, uncirculated, exces- 

sively rare. 

1491 Eagle, 1863, “ God our trust,” on the field ; splendid bronze 

proof, rare. // 1J 1 

1492 Eagle, 1863, “ God our trust” on a scroll; Splendid bronze 

proof, rare. / 2- 

1493 Half Dollar, 1863, “ God our trust” on the field; sple?idid 

silver proof , rare. / ^ J ^ I 

1494 Half Dollar, 1863, “ God our trust ” on a scroll ; splendid 

silver proof, rare. 

1495 Half Dollar, 1863, “ God our trust,” on the field ; splendid 

copper proof , rare. <7 to 

1496 Half Dollar, 1863, “ God our trust” on a scroll; splendid 

copper proof , rare, 

1497 T wo Cent Piece, 1863 ; obv. Head of Washington, “God and 
our Country;” rev. “United States of America, 2 cents,” / 
within a wreath ; splendid proof in copper, very rare. 

1498 Two Cent Piece, 1863, “ God our trust” on a scroll above the 

shield ; splendid proof in copper, rare. 






1499 

1500 

1501 

1502 

1503 

1504 

1505 

1506 

1507 

1508 

1509 

1510 

1511 

1512 

1513 

1514 

1515 

1516 



Two Cent Piece 1863, of the variety first described ; splendid 
proof in nickel, extremely rare. 

Cent, 1863 ; nickel size, splendid proof in copper. 

Cent, 1863 ; nickel size, copper, taken from circulation, fine. 
Cent, 1863 ; splendid proof, bronze. 

Postage Currency, 1863, “ 10 cents. Act July, 1862;” rev. 
wreath and shield, “Exchanged for 1’. S. Notes;” splendid 
proof in copper , extremely rare. 

Postage Currency, 1863, same as the last, but struck in silver ; 
splendid proof, extremely rare. 

Postage Currency, 1863, same in tin ; as rare as the pre- 
ceding. 

Two Cent Piece, 1864, “ In God we trust ;” splendid prooj 
in nickel , extremely rare. 

Two Cent Piece, 1864, same as the last ; splendid proof in cop- 
per. 

One Cent, 1864, nickel size; splendid copper proof. 

Half Eagle, in copper, poor. 

Half Dollar in copper, poor. 

Nickel Cent, 1858, trial impression from the rev. die. 

Two Cent Piece, 1836; electrotyped copy of rev. 









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GOLD COINS. 

EAGLES. 

1796 Very fine indeed, almost proof, extremely rare. 

1797 Small Eagle, four stars facing; rev. has a proof surface, 

and the obv. is hardly less fine, of the highest rarity 
1804 Very fine and excessively rare. 

1849 Obv. spread eagle holding in its talons the olive branch, 
and a sledge hammer, Pacific Company, California, 
1849; rev. liberty cap and pole, surrounded by ravs, 
with stars between, 10 dollars below. This piece, pur- 
chased in the Bertsch collection, was supposed to be 
genuine, but on examination it proves to be in large 
proportion copper ; not fine, but a very rare coin. 



HALF EAGLES. 



1517 

1518 

1519 

1520 

1521 

1522 

1523 

1524 

1525 

1526 

1527 

1528 



1529 

1530 



1531 

1532 

1533 



1534 

1535 



1536 

1537 

1538 

1539 

1540 



1795 

1795 



1796 

1796 

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1798 

1798 

1800 

1802 

1805 

1818 

1819 



1820 

1823 



1824 

1834 

1849 



Very fine indeed, scarce. 1 . L 

With the large eagle rev. of 1798, in fine condition 
and of most extreme rarity. u O O t' 

Very fine, almost proof, extremely rare. 

From a different die, very fine, and as rare as the last. 

Over 1795, large eagle ; rev. 15 stars, fine, and the 
rarest variety of this rare date. — J r ' 

Nearly proof, rare. 

Rev. from a broken die, very fine and rare. 5" <ro 
Extremely fine, scarce, / • 

Over 1801, very fine and scarce. ( t 

Fine and scarce. 7 iTtr 

Very fine indeed, scarce. /O'T' 

Extremely fine , being nearly proof, of most extreme 
rarity, bei?ig, with one exception , the first ever offered 
at public sale. 0, rQ 

Fine and scarce. 

Nearly proof, and excessively rare, but a single speci- 
men having before been offered at auctio?i. 

Very fine i ndeed, and as rare as the preceding. f > c ~ 
Of the old issue with motto, fine and extremely rare. 

Obv. eagle, with 5 inscribed on the shield, “ California 
gold without alloy rev. “ Full weight of Half Eagle,” 
within a circle of stars, N. G-. & N., San Francisco, 

1849 ; nearly proof, and very rare. 



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QUARTER EAGLES. 

1796 Without stars ; fine, and extremely rare. 

1796 With stars ; almost a proof impression, and second 
only to the one in my last sale, from the Lilliendahl 
collection ; excessively rare. 

1798 Fine and extremely rare ; only 614 coined. 

1802 Very fine indeed, scarce. 'J 

1804 Fine, scarcely at all circulated. 

1805 Very fine impression, uncirculated. 

1806 Good for this date, which is of extreme rarity, so rare 






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that no record exists of its coinage ; brought in the 
McCoy sale, 890. 








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1808 


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1543 


1824 


Almost proof, rare. 


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1549 

1550 

1551 

1552 

1553 

1554 

1555 

1556 

1557 



1827 Very fine, scarce. H7S- 

1829 Proof impression, rare. <J'~£TO 

1830 Very fine, uncirculated, scarce. /£ £ r 

1831 Splendid proof, and, as proof, extremely rare. O' £ 

1832 Very fine, scarce. </ 3 0 

1833 Equally fine and scarce. £ / ( 

1833 Very good. 

1834 The old type ; good, and very scarce. rt 

1838 Good, and very scarce. v . 

1840 Fine and scarce. 3 v r 5 

1842 In fair condition; a rare piece. c 3" ; 

1842 From the Orleans Mint; in ordinary condition, rare. 
1863 Extremely rare, only thirty pieces struck of this date 
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MISCELLANEOUS. 

1863 Three-Dollar piece, uncirculated, and as rare as the 
Quarter Eagle of this date. 

Quarter Eagle, without date, C. Bechtler, assayer, 



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Rutherford ; North Carolina gold, fine, and very rare. 

Dollar, A. Bechtler ; Carolina gold, 27, G. 21, C. />S~ 

very fine, rare. 

Bechtler Dollar, Rutherford, 28 G. fine, rare. 

Bechtler Dollar, same as the last, equally fine. 

Bechtler Dollar, 2^ G. different die from the last, rare. o v' <■ 

C. Bechtler Dollar, Rutherford, 30 G. fine, rarefy 

1853 California Dollar, octagon, fine. C 

1854 California Dollar, octagon, fine. 

1855 California Dollar, fine, proof. 

California Dollar, without date ; rev. eagle and shield, 

fine, rare. 

1852 California Half Dollar, round, fine. 

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1571 



1572 

1573 

1574 

1575 

1576 

1577 

1578 

1579 

1580 

1581 

1582 



1853 California Half Dollar, line proof, round. 

1853 California Half Dollar, round, very fine, different from 

the last. 

1854 California Half Dollar, octagon, nearly proof. L . 

1855 California Half Dollar, proof. 

1856 California Half Dollar, proof. 

1856 California Quarter Dollar, octagon. 

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1856 California Quarter Dollar, brilliant proof. ^ 

1859 California Quarter Dollar, octagon, fine. 

1860 California Quarter Dollar, proof. 

1860 California Quarter Dollar, fine, proof. 

California Quarter Dollar, without date, round, proof. ^ 

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1741 Sixteenth Doubloon of Portugal, very fine, and scarce. 

Ni-Shoo, Japanese coin, gold and silver, very tine. 

indeed, scarce. 









1583 

1584 



1585 

1586 



Another of the same type, equally fine. 

Quarter Koban, Japanese, gold, value four shillings 

and sixpence sterling. 

Quarter Koban, same type as the last, a trifle more in weight. 
Seven small Russian coins in platina, weight about ten grains 
each, fine and very rare. 



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1587 New England Shilling; obv. N.E.; rev. XII; very fine and i 

rare, guaranteed original from the Bach collection. /? ✓ * 

1588 New England Shilling, another variety as rare and fine as the 

last, from the Bertsch collection. S - 1 ‘ 

1589 Pine Tree Shilling, 1652, very large planchet, and so fine that 

it can hardly be described except as proof, exceedingly rare. 

1590 Pine Tree Shilling, 1652, small planchet, in as fine condition 



as the one last described, and equally rare. 






1591 Pine Tree Shilling, 1652, large planchet; an entirely dis- 
tinct variety, and as perfect as either of the preceding. 



1592 Pine Tree Shilling, 1652, small tree; a large well spread 

coin in good condition, rare. 

1593 Pine Tree Shilling, 1652 ; tree and letters both small ; unusu- 

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1596 



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1609 


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Pine Tree Shilling, 1652 ; letters on the obv. still smaller 
than the last ; fine and a very rare variety. 

Pine Tree Shilling, 1652 ; small tree, large dots in the circle, „ 
very fine. 

Pine Tree Shilling, 1652, “ Masatusets an unusually fine 
specimen of this rare variety. 

Pine Tree Shilling, 1652 ; tree tall and slender in all its parts, 
a rare kind. 

Pine Tree Shilling, 1652 ; tall slender tree ; inscription 
“ Massasthusets the rev. has peculiarities scarcely less 
noticeable. Having never seen or heard of a similar one, I think 
this shilling may be unique. 

Pine Tree Shilling, 1652 ; tree with branches widely spread 
and far apart, very good. > - 

Pine Tree Shilling, 1652; small, close tree, fine. 

Pine Tree Sixpence, 1652 ; very good, scarce. 

Pine Tree Sixpence, 1652 ; not equal to the last. 

Pine Tree Threepence, 1652 ; remarkably fine, uninjured by 
circulation. 

Pino Tree Threepence, 1652; if possible even finer than the 
last.' 

Pine Tree Threepence, 1652 ; a variety, very fine. 

Pine Tree Threepence, 1652 ; small size. 

Pine Tree Threepence, 1652; not fine, but differs from either 
of the preceding. 

Oak Tree Shilling, 1652; large, and very fine. 

Oak Tree Shilling, 1652 ; nearly as fine as the last and a rarer 
variety. 

Oak Tree Shilling, 1652; fine and very rare variety, the tree 









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being a shrub without a trunk. 






Oak Tree Shilling, 1652 ; very large planchet. 

Oak Tree Shilling, 1652; small round tree, trunk in three 
distinct parts. 

Oak Tree Shilling, 1652; tree of few branches, and very 
small, tine and a rare type. 

Oak Tree Shilling, 1852 ; tree nearly circular, in very fino 
condition. 

Oak Tree Shilling, 1652 ; tree with five large branches, fine. 









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1616 Oak Tree Shilling, 1652; tree with large trunk and numerous 

branches ; scarce variety. U C O 

1617 Oak Tree Shilling, 1652 ; large planehet, differs from any of 

the preceding. J. 2 J 

1618 Oak Tree Shilling, 1652; obv. has “ Moat hu sets an exceed- 

ingly rare variety. 

1619 Shilling, 1652 ; the tree on this piece bears not the remotest 

resemblance, either to a pine or an oak ; like the last it bears • 
the inscription, “ Mcuithusets /” tine and extremely rare. 

1620 Oak Tree Sixpence, 1652; large size, fine. 3 O 0 

1621 Oak Tree Sixpence, 1652; very large planehet ; nearly as fine 

as the last. Jc vj O 

1622 Oak Tree Threepence, 1652; good, rare. 

1623 Oak Tree Twopence, 1662 ; nearly uncirculated ; very rare 

in this condition. 1J-0 

1624 Oak Tree Twopence, 1662; so perfect that its genuineness may 

be doubted. 

1625 Oak Tree Twopence, 1662; very small planehet, fair. *- J 0 

1626 Oak Tree Twopence, 1662 ; about like the last. 

1627 Pine Tree Shilling, 1652 ; a scarce variety, but has had a 

piece clipped from the edge. / 0 C 

1628 Oak Tree Shilling, 1652: small planehet. 

1629 Oak Tree Shilling, 1652 ; good impression, but much clipped. 

1630 Pine Tree Shilling, 1652; very small size. 

1631 Pine Tree Shilling, 1652 ; a rare type, but clipped and poor. 

1632 Pine Tree and Oak Tree Shillings, 1652 ; two pieces. 

1633 James II Tin Piece ; original very fine, scarce. 

1634 James II. Tin Piece ; original, nearly proof, the rare broken 

die variety, from the Bach collection. 

1635 Carolina copper ; obv. elephant; rev. “ God preserve Carolina 

and the Lords Proprietors, 1694 ;” with one exception, this 
is probably the finest existing specimen, excessively rare , 
from the Bach collection. ' ^ 0 

1636 London Elephant Piece ; obv. from same die as the last, very 

fine indeed. 

1637 Lord Baltimore Shilling; fine, and very rare. 

1638 Lord Baltimore Sixpence ; remarkably fine, scarcely at all 



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1630 Lord Baltimore Oroat ; finer than the last, and rarest of the 

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series. ^ * 

1640 U. S. A., or Bar Cent ; perfectly uncirculated, original, from 

the Bach collection, scarcely ever met with so fine. / Cl 

1641 U. S. A., or Bar Cent ; another distinct variety, from the 

same collection, very fine. / $ t 

164*2 A set of Rosa Americana money, 1722 ; three pieces, all in 
splendid condition, from the same collection, and quite equal 
to the set which, in my last sale, brought 8*27 50 ; as a set L 

in this condition very rare. 

1643 Rosa Americana Farthing, 1722 ; perfectly uncirculated, ex- 
tremely rare. 

1644 Rosa Vmericana Farthing, 1722, Vtile Dvlci ; fine, and rarer 
than any other variety of the farthings, being found in but J 

one or two other collections. 

1645 A set of Rosa Americana money, 1723 ; crowned Rose ; per- 

fectly uncirculated, from the same source as the set last 
described, and as a set still more rare. 

Rosa Americana Penny, 1723 ; very fine, and scarce. 

Rosa Americana Halfpenny, 1723 ; uncirculated, rare. J 

Rosa Americana Farthing, 1723; poor, but very scarce. ' o ^ 

Rosa Americana Penny, 1722 ; struck in copper, in ordinary 
condition, but very rarely met with in this metal. 

Rosa Americana Penny, without date ; perfectly uncirculated, ^ c 
a splendid specimen, probably a finer one cannot be found. 

Rosa Americana Farthing; trial impression from a reverse 
die, struck on the reverse of a James Halfpenny, from the 
Bach collection, very curious, and without doubt unique. 

Rosa Americana Penny, without date ; in ordinary condition, rare. 

Rosa Americana Halfpenny, 1722; plain rose, in fair preser- 
vation. 

Rosa Americana Farthing, 1722, “ Americana ;” fair, scarce. 

Horn Americana Halfpenny ; obr. bust of the king laurcatcd, 

“ Georgius Dei Gratia Hex;" rev. a rose bush icith full 
blown flower and buds , “ Rosa Sine Spina the rare Rosa 
Americana of which but two specimens are known ; in ex- 
cellent condition, one of the most valualde and desirable of all 
the Colonial series. 



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1647 

1648 

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1652 



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1654 

1655 







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1656 Pitt Token, bust to left, “The restorer of commerce rev. an 

antique ship; copper, fine, scarce. 

1657 Pitt Token, same as the last, but not quite so fine. 

1658 Massachusetts Cent, 1787 ; perfectly uncirculated, extremely 

rare in this condition. 

1659 Massachusetts Cent, 1787 ; very fine indeed, and a scarce 

variety. 

1660 Massachusetts Cent, 1787 ; dark color, but scarcely at all 



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circulated. 

1661 Massachusetts Half Cent, 1787 ; uncirculated, rare. 

1662 Massachusetts Half Cent, 1787; different variety, fine, scarce. 

1663 Massachusetts Cent, 1788 ; very fine, barely touched by cir- 
culation. 

1664 Massachusetts Cent, 1788; a variety, almost as fine. / ^ *■ 

1665 Massachusetts Half Cent, 1788; very fine, rare. 

1666 Massachusetts Half Cent, 1787 ; remarkably fine impression, 
rare. 

1667 Vermonts Res Publica, 1785; good for this variety, rare. 

1668 Vermonts Res Publica, 1785; much finer than the last, rare. 

1669 Vermontis Res Publica, 1785; very good for the variety which 
is the rarest of the Vermont cents. 

1670 Vermontensium Res Publica, 1786, nine trees ; fine, and very 
scarce. 

1671 Vermontensium Res Publica, 1786, has nine trees; finer than 

the last. 

1672 Vermontensium Res Publica, 1786, eight trees. Obv. fine; 

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rev. not so good, scarce. 

1673 Vermontensiun Res Publica, 1786, seven trees; fine, scarce. /i - 

1674 Vermontensium Res Publica, 1786, seven trees; very fine 

impression, but struck to one side ; rev. perfect. 

1675 Vermonts lies Publica, 1785; good. 

1676 Auetori Vermon, 1786, The “ Baby head ;” fair, scarce. 

1677 Vermon Auetori; rev. Britannia. Obv. fine ; rev. as usual, 



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poor. 



1678 Vermont Cent, 1788. Obv. bust “Georgius III., Rex;” rev. 

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inde et lib. 

1679 Vermon Auetori, 1788, Goddess on the reverse, better exe- 

cuted than on any other of these coins ; fine. 



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1692 




1693 




1694 




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1697 




1698 




1699 




1700 



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1G80 Vermon Auctori, 1788, like the last; not so fine. 

1681 Vermon Auctori, 1788, from the Bach collection; uncirculated, 

rare. ^ 

1682 Vermon Auctori, 1788; from the same collection, and us fine 

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as the last. 

1683 Vermon Auctori, 1788, from the Bach collection ; tine. 

1684 Vermon Auctori, 1788; better impression than any of the 

preceding. 

1685 Vermon Auctori, 1788; planchet cracked, otherwise tine. 

1686 V ermon Auctori ; rev. Britannia. yTO 

1687 Vermont Cent, struck over a halfpenny of George III., a 

curious effect produced by intermingling of the figures 
and legends, bears date of 1782 ; unique. 

1688 Granby or lliglcy Copper. Obv. deer in a circle, “III.,” 

“ Value me as you please;” rev. three hammers, crowned, “ 1 
am good copper,” 1737 ; obv. in fair condition ; rev poor, 
though the inscription is plain ; though rather poor, still a 
very satisfactory specimen of one of the rarest Colonials, 
from the Bach collection. 

1689 Granby or lligley Copper ; deer in a circle, “ Value me as 

you please;” rev. a broad-axe, “J cut my way through;” 
very good, may be called fine for so rare a piece, from the 
Bach collection. 



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impression ; rev. fine, scarce. 



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1701 

1702 



1703 



Connecticut Cent, 1787; large head to left; fine. 

Connecticut Cent, 1787 ; common variety, very fine. L .JD 
Connecticut Cent, 1/87; bust in armor; scarce variety, nearly 



uncirculated. 



1704 

1705 

1706 



Connecticut Cent, 1787; laughing head; fine, scarce. 



Connecticut Cent, 1787 ; curious head, square features ; very fine. 
Connecticut Cent, 1787; small head with broad fillet; fine, a 



1707 

1708 



1709 

1710 



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1711 

1712 

1713 

1714 



1716 

1717 



scarce variety. 

Connecticut Cent, 1787 ; common variety, but unusually fine. 

Connecticut Cent, 1787 ; a horn-like projection from the. bust; 
poor. 

Connecticut Cent, 1787 ; head to left; very fine, being entirely 
uncirculated, rare in this condition. 

Connecticut Cent, 1787; small bust in armor, with star on the 
breast; good, scarce. 

Bradford head; rather poor. • 

“ Connfc fine, rare. 

“Et Lib. Indc.;” fair, scarce. 

“Inde. et Lir.;” fine, scarce. 

“Auctopi;” rev. “Inde. et Lib.;” 

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1715 Connecticut Cent, 1787 

in fair condition, and a very scarce variety 
Connecticut Cent, 1787 ; good. 



Connecticut Cent, 1787; -doubly struck, presenting a very 
curious appearance, unique. 



1718 

1719 



Connecticut Cent, 1787 ; twice struck, the dates appearing in 
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1720 

1721 



Connecticut Cent, 1788; head to right, struck over another 
coin, the wreath of which makes quite a fanciful addition to 
the drapery of the goddess on the reverse. 

Connecticut Cent, 1788; bust in armor; fine. ^ - <j — ■ 






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Connecticut Cent, 1788; with head of 1787; very fine in- 
deed, scarce. ?0 

Connecticut Cent, 1788 ; bust in armor with a star on 
shoulder ; good. 

Connecticut Cent, 1788; bust with double fillet, one in the 
ordinary position, the other starting just over the eye and 



running across to the back of the head ; drapery on the rev. 



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ornamented with stars ; fine, unique. 



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1724 

1725 



Connecticut Cent, 1788 ; bust in armor facing left; fine. 
Connecticut Cent, 1788; bust lias ornamental fillet with star 



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directly over the head. 

1726 Connecticut Cent, 1788; small bust in armor facing left; fine, 
a scarce variety. 

1727 Four Connecticut Cents; various dates, all fair; one very 

good. 7 6 

Auctori Plebis, 1788 ; rev. “ Indep. et Liber ;” very fine and 
fare; quite equal to that which in one of my former sales J i' ' 
brought $23.00. 

New York Cent, 1785; “Immune Columbia;” goddess seated 
holding in the right hand liberty pole- and cap, scales in the 
left hand; rev. “ Nova Constellatio ;” one of the rarest of 
the Colonials , and in superb condition for a piece so seldom 
met with, being almost uncirculated. 

1730 Immune Columbia, 1785; obv. similar to the last; rev. bust 
“Georgius III. Hex. ;” unusually good for this piece, which 
is seldom seen fine, from the Bach collection ; exceedingly 



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1729 



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rare. 



1731 



1732 



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1733 

1734 

1735 

1736 

1737 

1738 



New York Cent, 1787 ; “Immunis Columbia,” goddess seated; 
rev. eagle standing; splendid, uncirculated, in this condition 
of great rarity. 

New York Cent, 1787 ; “ Liber Natus Libertatem Defendo ;” 
obv. arms of the State; rev. Indian standing with tomahawk d 
and bow, from the Haines collection ; not in tine condition, 
but still a desirable piece. 

New York Cent, 1787 ; “ Nova Eborae,” figure facing left, 
entirely uncirculated ; very rare in this condition. 

New York Cent, 1787 ; “Nova Eborae,” figure facing right, 
almost as fine as the last, and equally rare ; both pieces 
from the Bach collection, they constitute a splendid pair. 

New York Cent, 1787 ; “Nova Eborae,” figure to the right; 
from the same source, and nearly as fine as the last. 

New York Cent, 1787; “Nova Eborae,” figure facing left; 
very good. 

New York Cent, 1787 ; “Nova Eborae,” facing left; slightly 
pierced, otherwise fine. 

New York Cent, 1787 ; “ Nova Eborae,” of the variety known 

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as the large head, wholly different from any of the pre- 
ceding, from the Levick collection ; very fine , and very rare. 

1739 New York Cent, 1789; Mott’s token, original ; fine. 

1740 New York Cent, 1789; Mott’s token; uncirculated. AT 

1741 New York Cent. 1794; Talbot, Alluin & Lee ; splendid proof, 

copper ; scarce in this condition. , ' 

1742 New York Cent, 1794; Mott’s token, uncirculated. /r 

1743 Rev. of Mott’s token, 1794; obv. bust facing left, “John 

Howard, F. R. S., Philanthropist;” fine, a very rare male 
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'piece. / v 

1744 New York Cent, 1795, Talbot, Allum & Lee ; splendid proof, 

rare. / £ 2^ 

1745 New York Cent, 1795, Talbot, Allum & Lee; splendid proof 

from the Bach collection. 2 2- 

1746 Castorland Half Dollar; an original from the Bach collection ; 

has been much in circulation, but a very desirable piece. 

1747 Castorland Half Dollar, 1796; splendid bronze proof, thin, / < 









original 

1748 Castorland Half Dollar, 1796; splendid bronze proof, thick, r - 
from the broken die. 

1749 New Jersey Cent, 1786, small planchet, straight plow; un- 
circulated. 

1750 New Jersey Cent, 1786; long, narrow shield; fine. 

1751 New Jersey Cent, 1786; horse’s head, very small, plow long 

and much curved ; good. °X<T 

1752 New Jersey Cent, 1786; plow with knobs on the handles; 

poor, scarce. ^ 0 

1753 New Jersey Cent, 1786 ; large shield; poor. 

1754 New Jersey Cent, 1786; small plow ; uncirculated. 

1755 New Jersey Cent, 1786; horse’s head very small ; fine. Cr 2 

1756 New Jersey Cent, 1786; short, broad shield. 2 C 

1757 New Jersey Cent, 1786 ; very large shield; fine. 

1758 New Jersey Cent, 1786 ; small pointed shield, plow long and 
much curved. 






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1759 New Jersey Cent, 1787; “E Pluribs ;” rather poor condition, 
but scarce. 



1760 New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; small planchet, nearly uncirculated ; 
a scarce variety, the handles of the plow indented. 



New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; plow very large and tall. tJT 
New Jersey Cent, 1787; a projection, like a basket, appears 
under the head of the horse ; good, scarce. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; plow, nearly straight, large planchet ; 
fine. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; horse’s neck long and much curved; 
fine. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; plow tall and much curved, small 
shield, planchet of large size ; good. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; doubly struck, the plow and date 
appearing twice ; very fine, unique. From the Bertsch *7 
collection. 

New jersey Cent, 1787 ; long plow with knobs on the handles ; / 
very fine, scarce. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; of unusually large size, fine. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; long plow, extending nearly across 
the coin ; uncirculated. 

1770 New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; plow beam much curved ; uncircu- — 

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1762 

1708 

1704 

1705 
1700 



1707 

1708 

1709 



1771 

1772 

1773 

1774 

1775 

1770 

1777 

1778 

1779 

1780 

1781 

1782 

1783 



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lated, and a very scarce variety. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; small planchet; good. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787; “E Pluribs ;” good for this rare 
type. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; very small plow ; fine. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; horse’s head small, fine. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; horse’s mane appears as if braided ; 
scarce variety. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; small size ; nearly uncirculated. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; tall, short plow ; fine. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; horse’s head smaller than in any 
other variety. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787 ; band under the horse’s head nearly 
touches the plow ; fine, scarce. 

New Jersey Cent, 1787; differs from any of the preceding. 

New Jersey Cent, 1788; horse’s head to the left; very fine for 
this rare variety. 

New Jersey Cent, 1788; head to the left; different variety, 
not so fine, rare. 

New Jersey Cent, 1788; mint mark a dog; very good and 
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1784 New Jersey Cent, 1788; shield small and nearly round; a 

scarce variety. 

1785 New Jersey Cent, 1788; of the dog type; a variety entirely 

distinct from the one first described. t P 1/ 

1786 New Jersey Cent, 1788; same as the last, and equally good, (p ~ 

1787 New Jersey Cent, 1788; small shield, fine. 

1788 New Jersey Cent, 1788; a variety of the dog type, differing 

from the last described, good. ^ O 

1789 Annapolis Shilling, 1783; fine, scarce. . , > 

1790 Annapolis Sixpence, 1783; in fine condition for this piece, 

being better than I have ever seen in an auction room, in this 
condition, rare. / / j 0 

1791 Annapolis Threepence, 1783; extremely fine , and the rarest 

of the series. ( 'j <j 

1792 Baltimore town Threepence ; head of Standish Barry, “ Balti- 

more town, July 4, 1790;” in rather poor condition, but 
excessively rare , in all only four or five known. ' V 0 ■' 

1793 Virginia Halfpenny, 1773; large planchet; fine, scarce. 

1794 Virginia Halfpenny, 1773; small planchet ; nearly proof, rare. 

1795 Virginia Halfpenny, 1773; of size intermediate between the 2 f' 

last two, splendid proof, from the Bach collection, the rarest 
variety. 

1796 Kentucky Cent ; “Our cause is just,” large planchet, milling 

appearing on the surface, plain edge ; a rare variety, nearly 
proof. 

1797 Kentucky Cent ; small planchet, plain edge; as fine as the ^ 

last. ' W L 

1798 Kentucky Cent ; equally fine, being nearly proof, but differs 






in size from either of the preceding. 

1799 Kentucky Cent; lettered edge; proof, rare. 

1800 Kentucky Cent; lettered edge; very fine, but has been 

cleaned. 

1801 Kentucky Token, 1796 ; “British Settlement of Kentucky 

obv. Hope presenting two children to Liberty; rev. Britan- 
nia trampling the scales of Justice under her feet, “Payable 
by P. P. F. Myddleton ;” splendid silver proof \ of exquisite 
beauty , both in design and execution , and of extreme rarity. 



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1802 Kentucky Token, 1796. Obv. from the same die as the last, 



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but the rev. totally different ; splendid bronze, proof, even 
more rare than the preceding, not more than two of this 
variety are known. 



crossed and crowned ; very line, rare. 

1806 Louisiana Cent, 1721; another variety nearly as fine. 

1807 Louisiana Cent, 1767. Obv. stamped “R. F.;” rev. sceptres 

crossed. 

1808 Louisiana Cent, 1767 ; same as the last, but without the 

stamp ; a much rarer variety. 

1809 Continental Curency , 1796; obv. a sun dial, “Mind your 

business rev. a sun in the centre surrounded by an end- 
less chain of thirteen links, each link bearing the name of 
one of the original States; splendid proof in tin, from the 
Bach collection, very rare. 

1810 Same as the last, in brass, originally from the Bach collec- 

tion ; splendid impression , unique in this metal. 

1811 Continental Currency, in general design resembling the pro- 

ceeding, but from dies entirely distinct, between the two 
inner circles it has “E. G. Fecit;” fine and excessivelv 
rare variety, the three or four known being all from the col- 
lection last mentioned. 

1812 Nova Constclatio, 1783; nearly proof, very rare in this 

condition. 

1813 Nova Constellatio, 1783 ; nearly as fine as the last ; scarce. 

1814 Nova Constellatio, 1/83 ; the sun has very long rays extend- 

ing beyond the circle of stars ; fine. 

1815 Nova Constellatio, 1783 ; blunt rays, uncirculated, scarce 

variety. 

1816 Nova Constellatio, 1785 ; uncirculated, scarce. 

1817 Nova Constellatio, 1785 ; perfectly uncirculated, and a very 

fine impression. 

1818 Nova Constellatio, 1785; from a different die, line. 

1819 Nova Constellatio, 1785; sun with sharp pointed rays; fine. 

1820 North American Token, 1781 ; dies by Jacob Perkins ; fine. 

1821 North American Token, 1781 ; equally tine. 



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1803 Georgius Triumpho, 1783; very fine impression, scarce. 

1804 Georgius Triumpho, 1783; as fine as the last. 

1805 Louisiana Cent, “Colonies Francoises, 1721;” rev. two Ls 







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1826 



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1831 

1832 

1833 

1834 

1835 



1836 



Fugio, or Franklin Cent; obv. resembling the usual type; 
rev. the sun in the centre surrounded by a chain of thirteen 
links, with a star appearing in the centre of each link. Par- 
ticular attention is asked to this piece, which is in silver , 
in fine condition , and believed to be unique ; it is guaran- 
teed original and genuine, the present owner having known 
of its existence in a celebrated collection for many years. 

Fugio, or Franklin Cent ; obv. sun and dial, but without in- 
scription or date ; rev. in the centre a depression around 
which is a ring, inscribed “American Congress,’’ rays radi- 
ating from the ring, the whole surrounded by a chain, the 
links of which bear the names of the thirteen original States. 
The workmanship of the rev. die of this piece surpasses that 
on any other of the early coins, being both elaborate and 
beautiful : the coin itself is in most perfect condition, being 
entirely uninjured, though taken in circulation many years 
ago by its former owner ; from the same collection as the one 
last described, and like that guaranteed original and 
genuine, believed to be unique. 

Fugio, 1787 ; bright and uncirculated, scarce in this con- 
dition. 

Fugio, 1787 ; original, and as tine as the last. 

Fugio, i 787; original, and still finer than either of the pre- 
ceding, the obv. surface being nearly proof. 

Fugio, 1787 ; blunt rays, poor, but a scarce variety. 

Fugio, 1787 ; restruck from an original die, very fine. 

Fugio, 1787 ; same as the last, a fine impression in silver, in 
this metal rare. 

Rhode Island Medal, 1779. Obv. a ship; rev. view of the 
island of Rhode Island, with ships on one side and boats on 
the other ; copper, very rare. 

Auctori Plebis, 1787 ; very tine indeed, and extremely rare. 

Kentucky Token ; thick, lettered edge, very good, and scarce. 

Louisiana Cent, 1767; unusually fine, scarce. 

Franklin Press Halfpenny, 1794 ; uncirculated, scarce. 

New England Shilling in copper ; one of two or three impres- 
sions, struck by Air. Bishop, from the Wyatt dies, very fine. 

New England Sixpence ; companion piece to the preceding, 
and equally fine. 



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1838 Same as the last, in silver; extremely rare, as only twelve 

were struck. 

1839 “ Danske Americ.” 1740; two-schilling piece, proof, originally 

from the Finotti collection ; this variety is extremely rare. 



1840 Danske Americansk, 1704; copper, very fine and scarce. 
‘UlUUU i, 1841 Danske Americansk, 1707 ; silver, fair. 

1842 Wood’s Halfpenny, 1723; very tine, scarce. 

1843 Wood’s Halfpenny, 1728; a variety, good. X & 

1844 Wood’s Halfpenny, 1723; broken die. X (■ 

1845 Connecticut Cent, 1780; “Et. Lib. Inde.” 

1840 Connecticut Cents; three varieties, one fine. / <J 



1847 Auctori Verinon, 1787; struck over a Nova Constellatio ; 
unique. 

1818 Auctori Vermon, 1787; struck over a Nova Constellatio ; fine, 
and presenting a very curious appearance. 

1849 Columbia Farthing ; fine. 

1850 Granby or Higley Copper; the Bolen counterfeit in silver, 

fine. 

1851 Massachusetts Half Cent, 1787; bright, very scarce. 

1852 A curious copper piece, with the obv. stamped “XII.” and 

“ VII.,” about the size of the New England Shilling. For 
some account of a similar piece see a recent number of the 
“ Historical Magazine.” 

1853 Pine Tree Threepence, 1652 ; very thick, weighing nearly as 

much as the Pine Tree Sixpence. 



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(In describing the store cards, for the sake of economy in space, the following 
abbreviations are adopted: — f., tine; v. f., very tine; u..* uncirculated ; p. proof; 
r. rare ; s., silver; c., copper; b., brass.) 



1854 Anderson, Henry ; c. f. two varieties. 

1855 Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. 

1856 A. T. & B. R. ; rev. Glaciere, &c. ; tin, f. 

1857 Ames, George B. ; b. p. 

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1861 
1862 

1863 

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1866 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 
1881 
1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 



Buchan, David C. ; rev. chair, b. r. 

Brimelow, “ Good for one glass of soda,” s. p. r. u 
Brimelow, same ; c. and nickel, two pieces, p. 

Brimelow, head of Franklin, s. p. r. VO 

Brimelow, same ; c. b. and nickel, three pieces. 

Brimelow ; rev. mortar, c. b. and tin, v. f. three pieces. 
Brimelow ; rev. glass of soda, s. p. r. 

Brimelow, head of Washington ; rev. mortar, c. and nickel, f. 
Brimlow, Washington ; rev. Franklin, c. and b. f. '/ 
Brimelow, Franklin ; rev. soda, c. f. two pieces. 

Bolenhagen ; rev. City Hall, b. p. two varieties. 

Brimelow ; s. two varieties, both r. 

Brimelow ; c. two pieces, p. 

Brimelow ; tin, two pieces, p. 

Brimelow ; nickel, p. 

Baker & Moody ; c. v. f. 

Baker & Moody ; i’ev. of their card, struck with obverse of 
Loder’s card ; c. excessively r. 

Biggin & Son, Sheffield, England, b. s r O' 

Baker & Moody; rev. Importers, kc. ; c. p. of the highest 



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Bucklin’s Book-keeping ; c. three pieces. 
Bucklin’s Interest Tables ; c. three pieces. 



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Bitcklin, c. 

Bolen, J. A.; splendid p. c. 6 

Bolen, J. A. ; rev. Young America, c. p. J O 
Brown, T. S., Montreal, c. / 

Benedict & Burnham, c. 

Black, L. H., poor. 

Bucklin ; rarest variety, c. 

Baker & Moody, Chicago, c. 

Ball, Daniel, b. f. 

Brown’s Bronchial Troches. 

Burnett’s Cocoaine, &c. 

Burnett’s Cooking Extracts. ^ 

Burbank & Shaw, Chicago; dies by Wright; c. scarce. O 
Bucklin ; two varieties, c. one v. f. 

Bonfante & Co., Caracas ; nickel, p. 'J. J 



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1895 Baker, Charleston, S. C.; G. S. 3 
1890 Black, New York ; four pieces. 

1897 Brigham, F. L, c. , / 

1898 Byrne, Eleanor l.ugg; c. p. >(J 

1899 Bucklin, Varieties ; c. five pieces, y 

1900 Baker & Moody ; b. f. > 

1901 Bolenhagen & Co. ; b. f. 

1902 Brown Bros , Waterbury ; b. poor. - /u 

1903 Brewster, J. & L., New York and New Orleans 

by Wright & Bale ; excessively r. 

1904 Cards, pack spread out ; c. f. two pieces. 

1905 Catch Club ; c. v. f. r. i/C 

1900 Crossrnan; c. f. two var. V- 

1907 Chesebrough, Stearns <fc Co. ; b. p. > 

1908 Clusebrough, Stearns & Co., Nassau Street ; b. r. sTt 

1909 Colcord, S. M. & Co., Boston ; rubber. 

1910 Cogan, Edward; rev. 1800; c. p. 

1911 Currier, Boston, spread eagle ; rev. “ Not one Cent, but just 

as good ;” c. extr. r. / <J~0 

1912 Doremus & Nixon ; b. p. / 

1913 Doremus & Nixon ; c. p. / 

1914 Dodd, Cincinnati ; b. p. 

1915 Dodd, Cincinnati ; b. original. 

1910 Dodd ; rev. Francisco & Co., Hatters ; b. extra, r. / f G 

1917 Deveau, F. B. & S. ; o. two pieces. 

1918 Drown Si Co., W. A. ; c. p. / O 

1919 Duncan, Sanford, Louisville, Ky. ; c. f. 

1920 Duseman, T., Belleville ; c. f. r. 2- 

1921 Durkee & Co. ; two jackasses “ When shall we three meet 

again ?” b. r. 

1922 Eager, W. B. ; b. f. two pieces. 

1923 Foster & Parry ; c. f. four pieces. 

1924 Francisco it Co., Hatters; rev. Dodtl, Cincinnati; c. f. ext. r. 

1925 Fobes & Barlow ; c. f. 

1920 Fitzgibbon ; rev. First Premium awarded to Boot & Co., &c. ; 
c. and b. p. ext. r. two pieces. 

1927 Francisco & Co. ; b. p. 

1928 Francisco & Co.; c. p. 



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1950 

1951 

1952 

1953 

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1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 

1961 

1962 

1963 



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Francisco & Whitman, Nashville ; b. f. three pieces. 
Feuchtwanger, Dr. L., American Silver Composition, 377 
Broadway, N. Y. ; G. s. ext. f. r. 0 

Folger ; c. p. r. var. ~~ 

Francis, Patent Screw and Fancy Bolt Establishment; b. f. 
ext. r. >d 

Francisco & Co.; rev. Dodd, Cincinnati ; c. p. r. 

Fotterall, Benj. ; rev. Umbrellas and Parasols ; c. f. ext. r. /CO 
Fotterall ; rev. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c. ; b. vf. ext. r. S 
Fotterall ; rev. Locomotive Lantern ; c. p. ext. r. 

Fotterall, Benj. F. c. p. 

Fotterall ; three pieces, c. b. and plated, all perfect. 

Freedman, Goodkind & Co. ; c. ><r 

Gaffney, P., Chicago ; c. 

Gibbs, W., N. Y. ; rev. a bull, “ A Friend to the Constitution ;” 
c. v. f. r. 

Haines, Tilly & Co. ; c. v. f. r. 

Hains, Tilly & Co. ; tin, nearly p. r. 

Hart, Samuel ; c. p. 

Hart, Samuel & Co. ; b. p. two pieces. 

Haskins, W. P. ; rev. Lafayette ; c. 

Haskins ; rev. planing machine ; c. f. two pieces. 'J~0 
Hellyer, J. B. ; rev. crocodile ; c. p. 21- 

Handy, W. A. 0- J 

Hill, E.; rev. Washington ; tin, p. ^ 

Hodgeman, D. ; india rubber, f. 2 

Holden, G. N. & Co. ; b. f. / J' 

Hopkins, Milwaukee ; two varieties, c. f. 

Idler, William; rev. Washington ; s. p. r. 

Idler, William ; tin, p. 

Idler, William ; rev. of Washington half-dollar ; c. p. > 

Jackson, C. W. ; c. f. 

Jacobs, E. ; c. and plated, p. three pieces. O 

Jensch, bell founder ; c. f. r. 

Jennings & Wheeler; rev. map; c. p. 2 — 

Jennings, Wheeler & Co.; b. and plated, p. four pieces. 

Jones, William G. ; dies by Wright & Bale, b. f. r. 

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1904 Kingsley, T. L. & Son ; b. f. five pieces. 

1965 Lawson, Hotel Bedford, Laris ; b. f. two pieces. ^ (J 

1906 Leask, M.; tin. V 

1907 Loder & Co. ; b. p. two varieties. / 

1968 Loder & Co.; rev. of Louisville card ; b. p. extremely r. 

1909 Loder’s card, rev. die; obv. bat, 186 Lake. St., Chicago, 111. ; 



b. f. extremely r. / O 0 

1970 Lovett, George H.; varieties, five pieces, all f. 

1971 Lovett, R. Jr.; s. p. r. 

1972 Lovett, R. Jr.; c. p. 

1973 Lovett, R. Jr.; g. s. s * 0 

1974 Lyon ; b. five pieces. 

1975 Mahoney, Boston ; b. two pieces. X 

1976 Malcolm & Gaul ; b. f. U" 

1977 Main Street, Memphis, Term. ; rev. of Foster k Parry’s card ; 

b. p. extremely r. 

1978 March, Nathaniel; c. 

1979 Marshall, M. L. ; s. p. very r. S & c 

1980 Maycock ; c. nearly p. > 

1981 Maycock, S. M. & Co. ; c. two varieties. 

1982 Mead Bros. ; b. 5 

1983 Merriam ; obv. Washington ; tin, one p. two pieces. X C 

1984 Milton, Win. II. ; c. five pieces. 

1985 Motts’ Jewelers’ Token ; c. scarce. 

1986 Monamoyick I>iv. S. of T. Seal; tin, unique. 

1987 New York »fc Harlem R. R. Co. G. s ; octagon ; two varieties, 

f. one r. 

1988 New York Joint Stock Co. ; c. f. four pieces. I 

1989 Olcott & Brothers ; b. and plated, f. two pieces. 

1990 Peck k Burnham ; varieties, c. f. three pieces. > 

1991 Perez, Andres, Montalban ; b. f. X <. 

1992 Peirce, J. W. ; b. p. 

1993 Peck's Patent Pin Machine ; c. f. two pieces. 



1994 Phillips, Capt. J., whipped at the cart’s — , April 5, 1784 ; 

rev. man lashed to a cart, a man walking behind and whipping 
him ; c. unique. 

1995 Randall k Co., Baltimore ; s. f. scarce. 

1996 Randall, L. H. ; b. f. + Q 



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2007 

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2009 

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2018 

2019 

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2021 
2022 

2023 

2024 

2025 

2026 

2027 

2028 



Richardson, Stephen ; b. f. ^ 

Richardson, W. H. ; various, live pieces, all f. 

Robinson ; reverses of his card and the Louisville card ; b. p. 
unique. 

Richardson, William H. ; varieties, b. three pieces, all f. > 
Robinson, Alfred S. ; rev. deer ; c. and nickel, splendid p. 
two pieces. 

Robinson, Jones Sc Co.; c. f. three pieces. ^ 

Robinson, R. & W. ; c. 

Robinson & Ballou ; b. f. 

Root & Co.; c. and b. two proofs, one r. 

Root & Co. ; rev. “ Most extensive in the United States ;” c. 

p. r. •" . 

Roxbury Coaches, G. s ; f. r. . £ 

Ruggles, Robert; varieties, c. f. three pieces. 

Sanford, N., Albany ; c. 

Seeger, Jacob ; rev. eagle, shield and stars ; c. f. scarce. ~ 1 
Scovell Manufacturing Co. ; b. f. 

Shumway, F. P. ; India rubber. 

Size, E. F. & Co. ; c. two pieces. 

Sleeper Sc Fenner ; rev. “ Most extensive in the United States ;” 
b. f. and extremely r. d 

Sleeper & Fenner ; rev. Chicago hatters’ card ; b. f. and 
extremely r. 

Smith, C. A. M., one cent; c. ^ C 

Stanwood, H. B. ; b. f. 

Starbuck, N. S., Varieties; c. f. three pieces. Zi 
Taylor, N. Sc G., Head of Washington ; b. f. 

Thomson, W. A. ; rev, a tea-kettle ; c. v. f. and r. * 



Through East ; five c. 

Tolanto, Moses, Barbadoes ; c. 
Thornley, John, Phil., India Rubber. 

T. P. I). 50 ; rev. eagle and stars. 
Trcdwell, Kissam & Co. ; rev. eagle, 

opened, 1823 ; b. f. scarce. 

U. S. Arsenal ; c. and b. p, two pieces. 
Van Cott, A. 1). ; b. 

Vote the land free ; c. 



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2029 Ware, Janies T. ; 25 cts. b. f. 

2030 West, H. B. ; trained dogs ; plated c. and b. f. three pieces 



2031 Walsh, Lansingburgh ; c. 

2032 Whitney, 8. A., b. two pieces. 

2033 Wilbur, W. W. Var ; b. four pieces. 

2034 Wilkins, 8. L., Lowell; c. / 0 



2035 Willard, Alfred, Boston ; o. four pieces. / C 

2036 Wolff, James E.; b. p. 

2037 Wood Minstrels’ Token ; s. v. f. two pieces. 

2038 Woodworth’s planing machine ; c. unc. r. 

2039 Same ; c. two pieces. 

2040 Yates ; old man with specs ; e p. two pieces. 

2041 Young, Archibald & Co.; rubber. 

2042 Zahm, S. II.; head of Franklin ; e. b. and tin, p. three pieces. 

2043 City Hall ; rev. head of Liberty; b. f. 

2044 Bramkall’s Token ; b. p. 

. 2045 Half Cent’s worth pure copper ; c. f. 

2046 Jenny Lind ; b. f. 

2047 Prohibitory Law, temperance token ; b. f. 

2048 Temperance Medal ; b. p. 

2049 Brimelow’s Cards ; three var. c. and b. f. 

2050 Kossuth Medal ; b. f. 

2051 Fremont Medal; b. 

2052 Silver button with the initial D ; f. 

2053 Vest button? formerly belonging to Fisher Ames, initials F. A. 

in monogram ; s. f. 3 O 

2054 “Am I not a man and a brother;” rev. hands clasped; 

c. v. f. 

2055 J. P. surrounded by ornamental scroll work ; rev. American 

eagle and stars ; b. r. 



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SILVER MEDALS. 

Bust facing right, head laureated Georgius III., “Dei Gratia 
Britanniarum Rex., F. 1). ;” rev. arms of Great Britain, 1814. 
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presentation to their savage allies in America ; in very fine 
condition, weight 4| oz., size 51. 

Bust facing right, “ Georgius III., Dei Gratia rev. arms of 
Great Britain, like the last designed for presentation to the 
Indians, said to have been struck during the American 
Revolution; in remarkably fine condition, size 42. 

Bust of John Wesley, 31. A., born at Epworth, June 17th, 
1703, died in London, 3Iarch 2d, 1791 ; rev Centenary 
Hall and 31ission House, struck in commemoration of the 
Centenary of Wesleyan Methodism, 1839 ; beautiful medal 
in splendid proof condition, weight 4| oz., size 44. 

2059 Bust facing left, “To Charles Carroll, of Carrollton;” rev. 
wreath of oak leaves, “ Upon entering his 90th year,” 
“ Sept. XX, MDCCCXXVI.” “The surviving signer of the 
Declaration of Independence after the 50th Anniversary ;” 
in splendid condition , and of the highest rarity. Owing to 
some suspicion that this might be an electrotype, it was as a 
test, heated to redness, it therefore has not the clear ring of 
silver medals in their ordinary condition, -c** 

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Erie Canal Medal, by C. C. Wright ; struck in 1826, to com- 
memorate the union of Lake Erie with the Atlantic ; splendid 
proof, from the Bach collection, rare, size 30. 

2061 Obv. “ George reigning,” “ Both hands filled for Britain ;” rev. 

“Growing Arts adorn Empire;” “Caroline Protecting;” C ' 'J C ' 
known as the Carolina Medal, very fine, and scarce, size 26. 

2062 Head of Harrison, surrounded by inscription and stars ; rev. 

Bunker Hill Monument, its summit surrounded by rays, and Do 
eagle hovering above, “Harrison .Jubilee, Sept. 10th, 1840;” 
splendid proof, rare, size, 29. 

2063 Medal of the Hasty Pudding Club of Harvard University, 






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splendid impression, original, 1795 ; nearly proof, size 27. 

Head within a wreath, by Thomas; Henry Clay, the Farmer * 
of Ashland,” “Nominated by the Baltimore Convention, 3Iay 
1st, 1844;” splendid proof, very rare; five struck, size 26. 

2065 Obv. same as the last; rev. blank, fine proof, exceedingly 
rare, size 26. 

Obv. same ; rev. view of Bunker Hill Monument, “ Bunker 
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Obv. like reverse of the last medal ; rev. plain, extremely 
rare, size 26. 

Neptune Seated; “Nassau Water Works, commenced, July, 
1850 rev. Water introduced, &e. ; very fine, size 23. 

School Medal of the City of Boston, 1821 ; Obv, View of the 
city rev. awarded. &c. ; silver, proof, scarce, size 23. 

Medal struck in Holland; obv. three figures standing; rev. 
long inscription in Dutch. For a detailed description of this 
medal reference is made to my catalogue of 1864; this 
is the last of only three of these medals purchased by 
me from Mr. King, who brought them from Holland. The 
three mentioned are all, known to American collectors, and the 
most thorough search abroad has failed to bring any more 
to light ; splendid proof, our of the rarest and most beautiful 
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Medal struck in Holland to commemorate the Treaty be- 
tween the United States and Holland ; obv. Fame seated on 
a cloud sustaining with her right hand the shields of Holland 
nnd the United States, under which appears the head of the 
British Lion ; rev. a monument wreathed with flowers, and 
various other devices; as rare and beautiful as the preceding, 
size 22. 

America standing supporting with her left hand the flag of the 
United States, presents to the outstretched hand of Holland 
the Olive Branch of Peace ; Holland seated, supports at her 
left the shield, at her right appears the liberty cap, “ En Dex- 
tra Fidesque,” “Den 7 October, 1782, J. V. B rev. 
inscription in Dutch, below appears the caducous and a 
wreath ; a most beautiful medal, one of the same series as 
the two preceding, and equally rare, this being the first ever 
offered at auction, size 21. 

Two warriors with shields inscribed David and Jonathan . 
rev. a female standing writing the letter F upon a palm 
tree ; inscription in German, “ Forget not your friend,” 
“ Everlasting remembrance ;” very fine, size 29. 

Obv. a marriage scene, inscription in German, “ The Lord 
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before an altar, behind them appears an angel binding the 
Evil One, “ Let us Pray to the Lord, We are the children of 
the Holy One ;” very fine, size 29. 

Beautiful medal, of double crown size, representing the Bap- 

tism of our Saviour ; in nearly proof condition, size 35. 

Obv. a city, figure of St. Paul appearing on a cloud above, “ S. 

Paul, Patron rev. shield and inscriptions ; nearly double 
crown size, fine and rare, size 32. * Q/ 

Medal ; obv. “ Labori et Industrie Praeniorum et Honor 
Ronue Qdibvs, Avgvsti, anno MDCCCX ;” rev. at the left a 
monument covered with bas-reliefs, Minerva seated with two 
children at her side ; she appears in the act of receiving in 
her arms a child from another figure, which appears supported 
by floating clouds ; eagle with olive branch above, and temple 
in the distance. This medal, cut in Rome, is, in design and 
workmanship, surpassingly beautiful ; nearly three inches in , 
diameter, weighs upwards of three ozs. / • 

Forty-Shilling Piece of William and Mary, 1691 ; from the 
Bach collection, very fine. t nrt 

Head of McClellan ; rev. Knickerbocker Currency ; fine, ex- 
tremely rare. 

Head of Jefferson ; rev. wreath and shield, to commemorate 
July 4, 1776; proof. • v - 

Jackson Inauguration Medal, 1833 ; proof. V ^ 

Funeral Medal of Ludwig of Bavaria. 

Bust of the Saviour ; rev. bust of the Virgin. So 



AMERICAN MEDALS— Bronze. 



United States Agricultural Society, 1852; a splendid medal, 
by Mitchell ; size 50. 

Head of Henry Clay ; rev. hand laid upon a scroll, resting 
upon a rock, marked Constitution, “The Eloquent Defender,” 
&c. ; by C. C. Wright; size 51. 

Bust facing left, “Benjamin Count Rumford, born, 1753; died, 
1814;” rev. “ Rumford Medal for Discoveries in Light or 




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Heat, awarded by the American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences ;” a very rare medal by Furst; proof, size, 43. 
Martin Van Buren; rev. hands clasped ; the Indian, or Peace 
Medal ; fine proof, by Furst ; size 42. 

Maj.-Genl. Zachary Taylor ; rev. “ Resolution of Congress, 
July 16, 1846. Palo Alto May, 8, 1840, Resaca de la Palma 
May 9 1840;” fine proof, size 44 
Head of Washington ; rev. “ Washington Cabinet of Medals, 
U. S. Mint, 1800 proof, size 40. 

Paul Jones Medal ; original, from the Bach collection, very 
fine, size 38. 

Head of Dr. Kane above a panel, on which is depicted an 
Arctic scene ; rev. Masonic emblems ; proof, size 34. 

Medal of the “ Humane Society of Massachusetts. Instituted 
1785;” rev. “ Honor, the reward of merit, courage and per- 
severance ;” fine proof, by C. C. Wright; rare, size 34. 

Liber tas Americana ; obv. head of Liberty ; struck in France 
to commemorate American Independence ; in proof condition, 
rare, 32. 

Bust of Alexander Hamilton ; rev. United States Treasury 
Building, “ To public credit, 1795;” one of the finest and 
rarest of American medals, brilliant proof ; brought in the 
McCoy sale, $29 ; size 32. 

Medal of the Maine Charitable Mechanic Association ; by Smith 
and Hartmann ; very fine, size 34. 

Bust of Franklin ; rev. angel standing ; proof, size 3& 

Bust of Lafayette ; rev. “ The Defender of American and 
French Liberty,” &c. ; fine, proof, 31. 

Medal awarded to John Egar Howard, for the Battle of the 
Cowpens ; proof, size 29. 

View of the Battle of Bunker Hill, and death of General 
Warren ; rev. Bunker Hill Monument, surrounded by clouds 
and rays, by Mitchell ; very fine and scarce, size 29. 

Head of Harrison, surrounded by inscription and stars; rev. 
monument; struck to commemorate the Harrison Jubilee in 
1840 ; proof, scarce, size 28. 

Laureated Bust facing left Georgius II. Bex.; rev. Britannia, 
in a chariot drawn by lions, attended on each side by Justice 

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and Liberty ; long inscription, names of generals, admirals, 
battles, &c. ; a fine and extremely rare medal from the Bach 
collection, brought in the McCoy sale S15.00, size 29. 

Bust of George II. ■ rev. William Penn and an Indian seated, 

‘‘Let us look to the Most High, &c. very tine, size 30. m 
Head of George II. ; rev. “ Canada subdued,” female weeping 
under a pine tree ; splendid proof, rare, size 26. ^ C Is 

Busts of Franklin and Monty on ; rev. inscription fine, proof, 

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scarce. 

Bullock Medal of the Worcester High School ; fine proof, 
rare, size 28. /tits 

Bust of Pitt ; rev. “ The man who having saved the parent, 

&c. brass, good, scarce, size 23. 

Same as the last; in copper, size 26. dD 

Medal of the Massachusetts Mechanic Association ; a fine work 



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by Gobrecht, nearly proof, size 25. 

“ Nominated by the Baltimore Convention, Henry Clay, of 
Kentucky, &c.;” rev. plain, nickel, very rare, size 24. ? 0 

Bust of Washington facing; rev. “ A man he was to all his 
Country dear,” the most hideous of all the Washington / C 0 
medals; proof, size 25. 

City Medals for females, instituted by the school committee 
of Boston ; rev. “ Merited,” &c. ; trial proof from the dies 
in an unfinished state, unique, size, 23. 

The Hosack Medal, by Burst; proof, size 22. 

Head of Franklin, “Benjamin Franklin;” rev. “ Wright & 

Bale, engravers and die cutters, 68 William St., New York, 
seals of every description, cards of address, bookbinders’ 
tools ;” for this beautiful piece in perfectly proof condition 
Mr. McCoy paid §20.00, size 19. 

Head of Gen. Taylor ; rev. “ A little more grape, Capt. Bragg,” 

&c., by C. C. Wright; splendid proof, rare, size 21. 

Bust of Gen. Wayne ; rev. Brandywine, Germantown, &c. ; 
splendid proof, size 23. 

Head of Forrest; rev. “Bose by his own efforts;” fine proof, 
very scarce, size 20. 

Bust of Gen. Berry; rev. “Killed at Chancellorville, May, q 
1863 proof, size 19. 



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A complete set of Sage’s Historical Tokens ; fourteen pieces, 
all beautiful bronze proofs, size 21. 

Sage’s Numismatic Gallery; six pieces, all very fine, size 21. 

Sage’s Numismatic Gallery, number eight, H. N. Rust; fine 
proof, tin, rare in this metal, size 21. 

Sage s Medal of the Old Sugar House, New York ; proof, 
size 21. 

Charlestown Sabbath-School Jubilee Medal, July 4th, 1842 ; 
nickel, proof, rare, size 22. 

Obv. and rev. of the last medal, struck on one side of a 
plancliet, of which the other side remains plain ; brass, fine, 
size 22. 

Rev. of the Jubilee Medal ; brass, very fine, size 22. 

Head of McClellan ; rev. eagle, “ The Union must and shall 
be preserved ;” brass, proof, scarce, size 16. 

Fine copy of the William Penn medal ; obv. bust ; rev. “ By 
deeds of peace,” &c. • size 26. 

Fine copy of the exceedingly rare Germantown medal ; obv. 
view of the battle ; rev. Germantown, October 4th, 1777. 
This copy is not an electrotype, but a very perfect cast. I 
recently sold a fine original of this medal from the Bach col- 
lection for $75.00. 

Rhode Island Medal, the extremely rare variety with scroll 
work under the ship ; one of the finest that has ever been 
offered, an inferior specimen brought in a former sale $40.00, 
size 21. 

Medal of the Loyal National League, “Pledged to uncondi- 
tional loyalty to the government and National Unity ;” en- 
graved with the name of W. H. Spencer, Sacramento, Cali- 
fornia ; silver , proof, size 24. 



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^ * 2130 The large Erie Canal Medal, by Thomason ; spleudid proof, 

j f / very rare, size 54. v* ^ ^ 

' '^2131 The small Erie Canal Medal, by C. C. Wright; same design 

as the last, and equally fine, but size 29. (_ 



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Full faced bust of James Ross Snowden ; rev. view of United 
States Mint, Philadelphia, a fine medal by Paquet; very 



scarce in this metal, size 42 
Croton Aqueduct Medal. Obv. sectional view of the aqueduct; 

rev. view of the Reservoir ; very fine, size 34. & 

The Kane Medal ; rev. masonic emblems ; proof, size 33. £? 

New York Crystal Palace Medal, “ The first pillar,” Ac. ; \ . 

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New York Crystal Palace Medal, by Stubenrauch of St. Louis ; Jo 



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fine proof, size 30. 

Crystal Palace Medal, by Lovett; rev. flags of all nations; * 
fine, size 26. 

Great Eastern Medal ; proof, size 28. j£. < 

Medal of the New York State Volunteers. Obv. arms of the 
State ; proof, size 26. C 

Head of Dr. Kane ; rev. date of birth, death, &c., by Key ; 
fine and scarce, size 20. ko 

Bust to left, lion. Thomas Swann, Mayor of Baltimore ; rev; 
shield surrounded by stars ; fine, size 28. > O 

Gen. Burnside, bust facing; rev. wreath and inscription; 
fine, scarce, size 27. 

Slave kneeling in chains ; rev. slave standing with fetters 
broken. Abolition Jubilee Medal ; splendid proof, size 29. 

Head of Washington ; rev. National Monument ; fine, size 26. 

Odd Fellows’ Medal. Obv. symbols ; rev. Odd Fellows’ 

Hall ; fine, 25. 2— « 

Tom Thumb standing with champagne bottle, glass, &c. ; rev. 

his equipage ; very fine, size 26. C L 

Boy studying outside of a school-house, temple of knowledge 
about three feet distant; size 28. ' 0 

Bust of P. T. Barnum ; rev. American Museum ; fine proof, 
size 26. / v 

Temperance Medal by Thomas. Man drinking from a well ; 
fine proof, size 24. 



Warren & Son’s Medal for the Horticultural Exhibition, Sac- 
ramento City, California ; fine, size 25. 



Eagle with eye, stars and rays above, “ National Jubilee;” 
rev. declaration, Ac., “ For the support of this we pledge our 






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lives, our fortune, and our sacred honor ;” very fine and rare, 
size 26. 

2152 Woman at a well offering water to a traveler ; rev. temperance 

pledge, proof, size 22. 

2153 Bust of Washington ; rev. “ A man he was,” Ac. ; proof, rare, 

size 25. 

2154 Head of Dr. Valentine Mott rev. University of New York, 

Ac , proof, size 23. 

2155 Medal of New Jersey State Agricultural Society ; rev. “ In- 

dustry brings prosperity proof, size 23. 

2156 Bust of Commodore Decatur ; rev. bust of Captain Lawrence ; 

a rare medal, by Furst; fine, size 22. O > 

2157 Sun shining on a dial ; Continental currency, 1776 ; rev. a cliaiu 

of thirteen links surrounding the inscription, “ American 
Congress, we are one splendid proof, size 26. 

2158 Bust of Washington; rev. residence ; tine, size 23. 

2159 Bust of Fulton, facing; rev. the first steamboat, proof, size 23. / 0 

2160 Charleston Sabbath-School Jubilee medal; proof, size 22. 

2161 Obv. like that of the last medal ; rev. plain, proof, size 22. 

2162 Same as the last in lead ; unique, size 22. 

2163 Obv. like rev. of the Jubilee medal ; rev. plain, proof, size 22. /3 

2164 Same as the last; in lead, unique, size 22. 2- S 

2165 Charlestown Jubilee Medal ; in lead, size 22. 

2166 Bust of Gen Taylor; rev. “A little more grape, Captain 

Bragg dies by Wright, proof, rare, size 22. 

2167 Medal of the Nassau Water Works; very fine, size 23. / ( 

2168 Boy reading “ Remember thy Creator,” Ac. ; rev. “ Reward 

of Merit;” fine, size 23. 



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(the closing numbers refer to the size.) 

2169 Washington before Boston, by Duvivier ; splendid bronze 
proof, 48. 

2170 The Cabinet Medal, by Paquet ; fine bronze proof, 40. 




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The large size Jacob Perkins Funeral Medal; obv. bust 
within a wreath, facing left ; rev. tomb, weeping figures, &c. ; w , 
one of the rarest of the funeral medals, in fair condition, 
though by no means fine, 38. 

The Halliday Medal, bust facing right, “ George Washington, 
President of the United States rev. sword, fasces, &c., 
“Commission resigned, Presidency relinquished, 1797 (7 • ' 

splendid bronze proof, and one of the rarest of the Washing- 
ton series, 36. 

Head facing left, within circles of wreath and scroll work, 
die by Moran; rev. New York Crystal Palace; die by Pa- v~Z * 
quet, splendid silver proof, rare, 34. 

Manly Medal, original ; in perfect condition, from the Bach 
collection, scarce, 32. cr-^Co 

Manly Medal, from the English dies ; fine bronze proof, 
scarce, 32. 

Military bust facing left, surrounded with the names of the 
Presidents, with that of Lafayette ; rev. a large eagle with ■ q 
scroll and shield ; tin, very fine and scarce, 32. 

Medal of the Lancaster County Agricultural and Mechanical 
Society, 1858 ; silver, proof, rare, 30. 3*0 

Same as the last; in bronze, very fine, 30. 6 2— 

Sansom Medal; small size, original bronze proof, 27. ' 

Same ; restruck from original dies, bronze, 27. , 

Busts of Washington and Franklin facing left; rev. eagle 
with lightnings and olive branch flying above a portion of the 
globe ; bronze, proof, scarce, 27. <*- ‘ v ^ 

“Washington Benevolent Society, 1808,” Liberty crowning a 
bust of Washington ; rev. “ Benevolence, New York ;” splen- 
did proof in silver, from the collection of the late Mr. Bunn, 
of New York, rare, 28. / j ^ 

Large head facing right, bearing no likeness to Washington ; 
die by Bacon, from the series Numismatics, bronze, proof, 
rare, 27. ^ / k) 



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(The four pieces following constitute one of a few sets struck by the Numis- 
matic Association of Rhode Island, who own the dies — no more will be struck.) 



2184 Washington before Trenton; rev. Arms of Penn, population, 

&c. ; brass, fine, 24. /X 






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2185 Obv. same; rev. Arras of New York, population, Ac.; brass, 
fine, 24. 

4^4 2186 Obv. same ; rev. Arms of Ohio, population, Ac.; brass, fine, 

24. 

2187 Obv. same; rev. Arms of Illinois, population, Ac.; brass, 
fine, 24. 

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x 2188 Head to right, Washington Temperance Society ; rev. House 
of Temperance ; copper, proof, 27. 

/ ( 2189 Same as the last; tin, original, 27. 

r I 2190 Obv. same ; rev. temperance declaration ; brass, proof, 27. 
f/ 2191 Bust to right in citizen’s dress; rev. Fame with trumpet and 

<7 wreath flying over land and sea, “ Wisdom, Virtue and Pa- 

triotism one of the finest specimens of the Fame Medal X/ 
ever offered for sale, being nearly or quite equal to that 
which in the McCoy sale brought 885, 26. 4>U ■ 

^ , t 2192 Bust facing right ; rev. “ With courage and fidelity he de- 

fended the rights of a free people,” commonly called the 
Westwood Medal ; bronze, proof, rare, 27. 

2193 Bust with aged features; rev. “The hero of freedom, the 
pride of his country and ornament of human nature bronze, 
very fine and rare, 26. 

2194 Bust facing, “He is a freeman whom the truth makes free;” 
copper, proof, 22. 

2195 Same as the last ; brass, 22. 

2196 Obv. same; rev. Sabbath School Jubilee, 1842; tin, proof, 

22 . 

2197 Obv. same; rev. a log cabin, “The People’s Choice;” tin, 

- t l proof, 22. 

v f* 2198 Bust to right; rev. National Monument; tin, fine, 26. 

Ji 2199 Head within a wreath; rev. Washington surrounded by rays, 

. stars and scroll work; copper, proof, 20. 

({yysL'!' 2200 Bust facing, by Gardner, I. B. C. under the shoulder ; rev. 

eye and wreath, “ A man he was to all his country dear ;" 
silver, proof, rare, 25. 

j f / ■ 2201 Same as the last ; copper, proof, 25. 

2202 Same ; in tin, proof, 25. 

2203 Obv. same; rev. eagle surrounded by stars; tin, proof, ex- 

tremely rare, only two or three struck, 25. 



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Washington before Trenton ; rev. a calendar ; brass, very fine 
and scarce, 24. 

Same as the last, but the calendar has been removed from the 
reverse ; brass, fine, 24. 

Washington on horseback ; rev. “ The home of Washington, 
Mount Vernon copper, proof, rare, 21. 

Same ; in brass, proof, 21. 

Same ; in tin, equally rare, 21. 

Washington on horseback ; rev. the Old ilasbrook House, 
Newburg, New York ; copper, proof, rare, 21. 

Same as the last ; brass, proof, equally rare, 21. 

Same ; in tin, fine proof, rare, 21. 

Equestrian Washington ; rev. “ Washington’s Head-quarters 
at Tappan copper, proof, rare, 21. 

Same; brass, proof, rare, 21. 

Same ; tin, proof, equalty rare, 21. 

Obv. same ; rev. Washington’s Head-quarters at Valley Forge ; 
copper, proof, rare, 21. 

Same as the last ; brass, proof, 21. 

Same ; in tin, brilliant proof, 21. 

Washingto?i Half Dollar , bust facing left, “ Washington 
President I., 1792;” rev. a large eagle with raised wings, 
the head surrounded by a cluster of fifteen stars, “ United 
States of America.” This piece was originally from the 
Haines collection ; and though not fine is in good condition 
and most desirable, a small hole in the coin has been so art- 
fully filled as to almost defy detection ; silver , excessively 
rare, 23. 

Washington Half Dollar in copper , 1792, from the same dies 
as the preceding, the rarest variety , struck on a broad, thin 
planchct, with ornamented edge ; a splendid specimen from 
the Bach collection , entirely uncirculated and of great 
rarity , 23. 

Washington Half Dollar , copper, 1792, from the same dies 
as the two preceding, but unlike the last, struck on a smaller, 
thick planchct, with plain edge, both sides in very good 
condition, the reverse being very fine ; from the Ilsley 
collection, extremely rare, 21. 



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jj, i -2*21 Washington Half Dollar, or Medal, in silver . Bust facing 
left, “Geo. Washington, born Virginia, Feb. 11, 1732 ;” 
rev. “ General of the American Armies, 1775, Resigned 
1783, President of the United States, 1789,” in ten parallel 
lines. This piece, like the last, is from the Ilsley collection, 
and though not strictly tine, is in excellent preservation ; it 
is, with one exception, the rarest variety of the Washington 
Half Dollars, 21. 

V*- 22222 Same as the last, in copper, in unusually tine condition ; rare, 



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2223 Washington Cent, 1791 ; small eagle reverse, perfectly un- 
circulated, in parts retaining the original brightness of the 
copper ; from the Bach collection, 20. 

'V 2224 Washington Cent, 1791 ; large eagle reverse ; very tine indeed, 
. almost proof; from the same collection, 21. 

/‘) ^GW-225 Washington Cent, 1791: large eagle, from the Bertsch collec- 
tion; very fine, 21. 

2226 George Washington; rev. eagle above a shield, “Liberty and 
Security ;” very fine indeed, and rare, 20. 

■ j 2227 Hope leaning on an anchor, Irish Halfpenny, 1795; rev. from 
same die as the preceding ; copper, very fine, a rare mule 
piece, 20. 

Bust to left; rev. harp ; “North Wales,” copper, rare 18. 

& 2229 John Wilkinson, iron master; bust facing right; rev. from the 

. same die as the last; copper, and extremely rare. 

$ .v i 2230 Bust to left, “George Washington;” rev. shield, “Liberty and 
u Security ;” the large size, perfectly uncirculated, nearly proof, 

scarce, 22. 

n t '/ 2231 Military bust facing right ; rev. inscription in nine parallel 

lines; commonly called the Twigg Medal, tin, uncirculated, 
* , nearly proof, rare, 24. 

/j- 1 2232 The United States Mint Allegiance Medal ; silver, proof, 20. 

2233 Same as the last; bronze, proof, 20. 

/’V '/-C.,/2234 Bust to right; rev. tomb, by Merriam ; bronze, fine, 20. 

4 2235 Same as the last ; tin, proof, 20. 

/t 2236 Head to right; rev. born Feb. 22d, &c.; copper, proof, 21. 
y 2237 Head to right ; rev. North Point and Fort McHenry ; bronze, 
proof, 21. 



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Obv. same , rev. “ Pro Patria;” silver, proof, rare, 21. $ j~ 

Same in tin, proof, 21. / 

Bust facing; rev. “ He is a freeman, whom the truth makes 

free;” silver, proof, rare, 22. / £ X 

Same ; copper, proof, 22. ^ 0 

Same in brass, 22 XsT 

Same in nickel ; fine proof, rare, 22. X 0 

Washington on horseback; rev. card of R. Lovett, Jr. ; nickel, 
proof, scarce, 22. X <J 

Obv. same ; rev. siege of Boston ; copper, proof, 20. 

Philadelphia Centennial Medal; copper, proof, original, scarce, 21. 0, . 
Military bust to the left, 1789; rev. large spread eagle, “E y / — ' 
Pluribus Unum ;” copper, proof, 20. ' 

Idler’s copy of Washington Half Dollar, 1792; several dollars ^ 
worth of labor has been expended on this pieoe to make it 
pass for an original, success only moderate, copper, 21. 

Obv. same as the last ; rev. Idler’s card ; copper, proof, 22. 

Double head Washington ; very fine, indeed — scarce, 18. 

Washington and Independence, 1782, military bust ; rev- 






Liberty; scarce, copper, fine, 18. 

Washington and Independence, 1773, bust in citizen’s dress; <• 



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rev. United States ; fine, 18. 

Similar to the last, but an entirely different die ; a rare variety, 
fine, 18. 

Bust to left, Washington and Independence ; rev. Liberty - ^ 
seated ; splendid silver proof, 19. 

Same as the last; bronze, proof, 19. 

Same ; copper, proof, 19. 0 



Washington on horseback; rev. inscription surrounded by , , 
Stars and Liberty caps ; silver, proof, rare, 19. 






Same in copper, proof, 19. 

Same in brass, proof, 19. 

Same in tin, proof, 19. 

Head ; rev. “Time increases his fame;” bronze, proof, 19. J C 
Bust to left; rev. “Avoid the extremes of party spirit;” cop- 
per, proof, 19. // j 

Head to right, “First in war, first in peace,” &c. ; rev. 
“Lincoln tin proof, rare, 18. J~\f 



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Bust to left, “Patriae Pater,’ by Key; rev. 
left him childless,” &c.; copper, proof, 18. 

Same as the last; tin, fine, 18. 

Obv. same ; rev. “Virtue, Liberty, and Independence cop- 
per, tine, scarce, 18. / C 

Obv. same ; rev. Cupid on a dolphin ; copper, proof, 18. /C 
Same in brass, proof, 18. 

Same in tin, proof, 28. 

Bust to left in a panel; rev. card of E. Hill ; tin, proof, 18. 
Washington and Lafayette facing; rev. “ Par Nobile Fratruin;” 



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Same in tin, proof, 18. 

Washington and Franklin facing; rev. like the last; silver, 
proof, 18. 

Bust facing right, “ Non Vi Vertute Vioi ;” rev. Liberty seated, 
“Neo Eboracensis, 1786;” perfectly uncirculated, almost a 
proof imp rcssion, and without doubt the finest specimen of 
this piece in existence ; excessively rare. 

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medal, gold and. in very fine condition. This jnece teas 
purchased by me with a guarantee of its originality and 
genuineness, from a gentleman, whose reliability none will 
question, it is, therefore, sold with the same guarantee, 19. 

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Same in tin ; very tine, scarce, 19. 

Obv. same as the last ; rev. skull and cross-bones ; silver, fine, 
and extremely rare, 19. 

Military bust to left, “ Washington, President, 1794 ;” rev. 
eagle and wreath, “United States of America.” The unique 
Washington Dollar of 1794, in copper, in splendid condition, 
and though of modern origin, one of the most interesting and 
valuable of all the Washington coins, 27. 

Bust to right, “ George Washington, 1796 ;” rev. inscription. 
The Wyon Medal, splendid proof, rare, 22. 

Bust within an oval frame, card of C. Wolfe, Qlark & Spies ; 
rev. head of Jackson within an oval panel; brass, in good 
preservation, and very rare, 17. 



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2282 Bust within an oval panel, bust of C. Wolfe, Spies & Clark ; 
rev. eagle, “New York Grand Canal, opened 1823 ;” brass, 
fine and extremely rare, 17. 

y / • < r. o 2283 Bust within a wreath, “ Member’s Badge rev. “ Washington 

Market Chowder Club, 1818 a fine original piece, struck 

at the period named. A similar one brought in my last sale ^ L u 

842,50 ; silver, very fine, 16. 

2284 Grate Cent, 1795; bronze, proof, scarce, 19. <J7 

2285 Same as the last; copper, proof, 19. 

/ 2286 Military bust facing right; rev. “Success to the United 
jP States ;” brass, very fine and scarce, 17. ~ 

J/'l-i )\ 2287 “ Success to the United States ;” small size, very fine and — _ 

scarce, 13. ' ^ 

■ 1 >2288 “Success;” same as the last, in copper, very rare indeed, 13. 

J.* ixj 2289 Bust to left ; rev. ship ; Liverpool Halfpenny, scarce, 20. //£- 

y r • [ c r ^290 Washington Token, “United States of America;” copper, 18. 

/ r , ^ 2291 Martha Washington Half Disnie ; in remarkably fine, almost 

uncirculated condition, extremely rare. / / ( t/~C 

jCx 2292 Full length figure in high relief, “ The Founder of our Union, 

1776 ;” rev. “ A Decisive War,” &c. ; tin, fine, and rare, 17. izJ 
• 7 1/2293 Head to right ; rev. arms of the State of New York ; tin, proof, 

/ rare, 17. , 

2294 Bust within a wreath, Bale below ; rev. “We serve the tyrant ^ 
alcohol no longer ;” silver, fine, rare, 13. / 

// 2295 Design resembling the last, but the artist’s name outside the * • 

, wreath ; silver, fine and rare, 13. v L 

£ / t ■' i oi . 2296 Design resembling the last, but on a planchet nearly a size /OH 

larger; not pierced, silver, proof, 14. 

} ‘ / 2297 Small bust within a wreath ; rev. card of Wright & Bale ; cop- » 

per, nearly proof, extremely rare, 12. 

/ > ' >2298 Head of Washington ; rev. head of Lafayette ; dies by Wright, 

t j silver, very fine, size 10. ( 0 U I 

2299 Head to right, “ Washington Temperance Benevolent Society ;” 
rev. fountain playing; tin, fine, 14. 

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2301 Bust to right ; rev. Ivin’s card ; silver, proof, rare, 17. 



2302 Bust to right; rev. head of Jackson to left ; silver, proof, 12. ^ i_ 



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f- copper, proof, 21. ^ 

&22306 Washington on horseback ; rev. calendar, brass, very fine, 22. / (/"" 

2307 Bust to left, surrounded by scroll work, eagles, stars, &c. ; ^ ^ 

/ ■ rev. inscription ; tin, proof, 22. 

2308 Bust ; rev. Mount Vernon ; tin, proof, 23. \J 

y 4^2309 Bust facing; rev. “ He is a freeman,” &e. ; tin, proof, 22. // 

✓ / 2310 Bust to right, “ The Father of his Country ;” rev. National 

Monument ; tin, proof, 20. 

2311 Bust surrounded by stars and scroll work ; rev. views of the 

different buildings occupied by Washington during the Revo- / ^ 
lution. A series of ten pieces, beautiful copper proofs, 
size, 18. 






r 2312 Bust to right ; rev. “ Hod loveth the cheerful giver,” medal J' , 
of the Nantucket Sanitary Fair; copper, scarce, 15. ^ 

2313 Bust to right ; rev. “ Blessed is the giver,” medal of the New 
i . York Sanitary Fair; copper, proof, scarce, 15. 

V 2314 Obv. same ; rev. Bust of Franklin ; brass, tine, 15. 

, V ; j 2315 Obv. same; rev. Brimelow’s card ; copper, proof, 1 5. C ^ 

2310 Trial proof impression from the obv. die of Brimelow’s card; — 
rev. plain, tin, unique, 19. 

v * 2317 Head “ George Washington ;” rev. “ Time increases his 






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■Ju 2318 Bust to right, Cogan’s die ; rev. “Born,” &c. ; copper, proof, 

21 . 

2319 Bust to right, Abraham’s card, Weston, Mo. ; very fine, scarce, 
18. 

■j 2320 Bust of Daniel Fccleston, the designer of the Eccleston Medal 
of Washington; rev. ship, plow, &c.; uncirculated, very 




rare, copper, 19. 

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2321 Head to left; rev. “To the cause of Temperance,” &c.; brass, 
proof, 16. 

2322 Head to left ; rev. Monument at Baltimore ; silver, proof, 

scarce, 14. 

2323 Same; in copper, proof, 14. 

2324 Same ; in brass, proof, thick planehet, 14. 

2325 Same ; in brass, proof, thin planehet, 14. 



V 



96 



2326 

- ' ' \ ? 2327 

V 2328 

2329 

2330 

2331 



. 2332 
3 2333 

/ia 23:54 

' / 2335 

•I 2336 
2337 

fo. *2338 
// 2339 
f , 2340 
2341 

4 2342 

(}■ .■ \ 2343 



P>CK I* j 2344 

U V - f 2345 
jji) 2346 

2347 



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Same ; in nickel, proof, rare, 14. 

Same ; in tin, proof, 14. 

Bust to right; rev. “A Memorial of the Washington Cabinet, 
1859 ;” silver, proof, 15. 

Same ; in bronze, proof, 15. /</■" 

Same ; in copper, proof, 15. a r 

Bust to left, “ Pater Patriae ;” rev. another head of Washing- 
ton facing left, with inscription, date of birth, death, &c. ; 
copper, proof, 14. a r 

Obv. like the last; rev. A. B. Sage & Co., Circulating Li- 
brary ; tin, proof, 14. A 

Bust to right ; rev. Martha Washington facing left ; brass 
proof, 14. / C 

Bust to right, twelve stars and date, 1863 ; rev. “New York;” 
copper, 13. 

Bust to right; rev. shield and stars within a wreath ; copper, > 






13. 



Bust facing right, “ Great Central Fair, Philadelphia ;” 12. / ' 

Philadelphia Centennial Celebration, 1832 ; tin, fine, original. 9 
scarce, 22. 

Bust to left, card of Bobbins, Boyce & Hard ; nickel, proof, 13. / 
Same ; in brass, proof, 1S - — /3 

Bust facing; rev. eagle, brass, tw T o pieces, 13 and 15. 

Splendid electrotype copy, in copper, of the Twigg Medal, 

as fine as an original ; proof, 24. 

Fine silver-plated copy of the finest known specimen of the 

Ifirnrp si'/p •Jflp.nh Pprkins Fnnornl Mf>dnl 



large size Jacob Perkins Funeral Medal, 38. 

Large head facing left, by Wright; rev. wreath, “Born Feb. 

22, A. 1). 1732, chosen Com’d’r in Chief,” &c. ; tin, proof, /U 
rare, 30. 



Rev. of the Washington North Wales Halfpenny ; obv. bust 
facing right. “ S. Bcvois, Southampton”; a very rare, mule 
piece; copper, fine, 18. 

Ferrotype of Washington set in a metallic frame, 15. 

Success to the United States, not the ordinary variety, poor, 
but excessively rare, 16. 

Head to right, Cogan’s die ; rev. “ Born,” Ac. ; struck on a 
thick planchct, very fine, rare, 20. 





97 







2349 

2350 



2351 
1 1 2352 



if 



1/^4 1 • J 

2350 



2353 

2354 

2355 



Bust facing; rev. military bust of Maj. (leu. Harrison ; splen- 
did brass proof, rare, 23. 

Obv. same ; rev. plain, unique, 23. 

Bust to right, by Lovett, Washington Temperance Society ; 
rev. House of Temperance ; tin, proof, 28. 

Obv. same; rev. Temperance Declaration, tin, proof, 28. 

Washington Button, “Long live the President,” G. W. in 
the centre ; copper, rare, 22. 

Bust to right ; rev. Franklin ; copper, very tine. 16. 

Same in brass, equally tine, 16. 

Electrotype Copy of one of the finest medallic likenesses of 
Washington ; very tine and rare, 46. 

Bust of Washington; rev. Brimelow’s card; silver plated, 
proof, 15. 



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FABRICATIONS. STRUCK COPIES, &c. 

f ( 2357 Robinson’s copy of the unique Non-Dependens Status ; splen- 

did copper proof, rare. 

v fyd 2358 Same as the last, silver plated. 

j -J 2359 Robinson’s copy of the New York Doubloon ; splendid copper * ✓ 

proof. 

j 2360 Same as the last; splendid bronze proof. 

2361 Same ; splendid brass proof. 

2362 Bolen’s copy of the U. S. A. Bar Cent ; silver, rare ; only 12 

struck. Q (j 

J 2363 Same in copper, rare. 

y ' f • 2364 Pinetree Shilling, struck in copper, extremely rare. \ 

2365 Pinetree Sixpence, in copper, extremely rare. 

. 2366 Pinetree Threepence, in copper, equally rare. / 0 6-^ 

>) 2367 Copy of the Unique New England elephant piece ; nickel, 



4 

J < 



proof, rare. 

£ v tf 2368 Same in brass, proof, rare. 

/ ^ 2369 Fugio, very fine, from the original dies. 

/ ( 2370 Obv. Sommer Islands piece; rev. card, copper, proof. 
2371 Proof copy of a counterfeit Jewish Sheckel. 



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2372 Copy of Dickeson’s imaginary Rosa Americana penny, 1733, y ^ 
brass, proof. 

2373 Copy of the unique Maryland Halfpenny; silver, proof, rare. 

// 2374 Same as the last, copper, proof. y g 



ELECTROTYPES OF RARE AMERICAN 

COINS. &c. 

( 2375 Good Samaritan Shilling ; silver plated, fine, scarce. 2- C 

ULtfrl o { 2876 Same, in copper; equally fine. n 

^ . 2377 New England Sixpence ; silver plated. / fa 

i m (A • 2878 Wyatt’s Pine Tree Money; Shilling, Sixpence, Threepence, 
and the rare Penny, all fine. 

f 2379 Chalmers’ Annapolis Shilling ; silver-plated, fine. 

// 2 380 London Elephant piece. y ^ 

2381 Carolina Elephant piece, 1694 ; fine English copy, from the 
Colburn collection. X C 

■V 2382 Duplicate, but of American manufacture. 

2383 New England Elephant piece ; plated, fine. ^ O 

f f 2384 Sommer Islands piece ; very fine. y, q 

I / 2385 Rosa Americana Penny ; without date, very fine. . //■ 

/y 2386 Iron Rosa Americana Penny, without date, from an unique 
original. 

2387 Rosa Americana Penny, 1722 ; very fine. 

2388 Rosa Americana Halfpenny, 1722; very fine. 

2389 Rosa Americana Halfpenny, “ Ytile Dvlci;” very fine. 

2390 Rosa Americana Farthing, 1722 ; “ Ameri ;” very'fine. 1 lo 

// 2391 Rosa Americana Penny, crowned, 1723 ; fine. 

2392 Rosa Americana Halfpenny, crowned, 1723 ; very tine. 

2393 Rosa Americana Farthing, 1723 ; very fine. 

2394 Higley Copper ; “ I cut my way through.” 

2395 Higley Copper, 1737 ; three hammers. 

2396 Bar Cent. 

2397 Bar Cent, a struck copy from the Bolen dies ; rarer than an 
original. 

2398 Confederatio, 1785; fine. 



I 



99 



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2415 

2410 



ft* 

' 4 2417 

2418 

2419 

2420 

2421 
oioo 

2423 

2424 

2425 

2420 

2427 

2428 

2429 

2430 

2431 

2432 
[2433 



Another, of different type ; very fine. 

Auctori Plebis, 1787. 

Immunis Columbia, 1787. 

Louisiana Penny, 1721 ; very fine. 

Louisiana Penny, 1722. 

Excelsior, or New York Cent, 1787. 

Franklin Press Halfpenny, very tine. / j ^ 

Georgius Triumpho, 1783. 

Massachusetts Half Cent, 1787. 

Pattern Cent, 1792 ; large size, very fine, and scarce. 

Pattern Cent, 1792; the small size. 

Pattern Cent, 1792 ; eagle on a rock. 

Pattern Ring Cent, without date ; silver plated, very fine. 
Pattern Ring Cent, 1850, not pierced ; silver plated, fine. 
Half Cent, 1793. 

Half Cent, 1794. 

Half Cent, 1790. ~~ ^0 

Cent, 1793, very fine. XO 

Cent, 1804, very fine. 

Cent, 1799, very fine indeed. 

Washington and Independence, 1783, very fine. 

Washington Cent, small eagle, 1791, with lettered edge, very 
rare. 

Washington Cent, small eagle, 1791, plain edge. 

Washington Cent, 1792. 

Washington Cent, 1791, large eagle. 

Washington President, 1792; rev. eagle on a rock, rare. 
Washington Cent, 1792; rev. “United States of America, 

“ One Cent,” within a wreath, rare. 

Washington Cent, 1792, the rare variety, with scmi-circle of 
stars. 

Washington Cent, 1792 ; rev. “ General,” &c. 

Washington Liberty and Security, large size, very fine. 
Washington, Liberty and Security, small size. 

Washington Liverpool Halfpenny. 

Washington, the great D. G., rare. 

Washington North Wales Halfpenny. 

Washington, Wolfe Spies & Clark. 

13 



M 



100 



a 



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2434 Washington and Lafayette, very fine. 

2435 Washington Half Cent ; very rare, originally made for the 
benefit of Mr. Snowden 

2436 Maryland Halfpenny. 

2437 Washington Funeral Medal ; rev. urn, fine. 

2438 Washington Button ; “ Long live the President,” very fine 

* ;/ {2439 Washington Funeral Medal; rev. skull and cross bones, elec 



trotype in solid silver, very rare. 
2440 Washington Twigg Medal. 



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So. 



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2441 Equestrian Washington ; rev. City Hall, fine. 

2442 The home of Washington ; rev. Women of America. 

2443 Washington’s Head-quarters, old Hasbrook House. 

2444 Washington bust; rev. rattlesnake, “Don’t tread 
rare. 

2445 Bust to left ; rev. tomb, fine. 

2446 King James tin piece ; silver plated, very fine, 

t ( 2447 Washington Sansom Medal ; very fine, small size. 

2448 Fine copy of the Gates Medal ; rare. 

2449 Fine copy of the Libertas Americana Medal ; rare. 

2450 Faneuil Hall ; rev. “The Cradle,” &c. 

,2451 State House, Philadelphia; rev. “ Patriots’ rendezvo 

2452 Old Sugar House; rev. “British Prison.” 

2453 Crystal Palace; rev. “All is vanity.” 

2454 Castorland Half Dollar. ^ 

2455 U. S. Flying Eagle Dollar, 1836 ; rare. 

2456 Pattern Cent, 1854; flying eagle. 

2457 Pattern Cent, 1855; flying eagle. 

2458 Pattern Cent, obverse die. 

2459 Obverse of 1798 Dime. 

2460 1852 Half Cent. 

2461 Victoria War Medal, 1854. 

(All the following nrv solid, of extra tine workmanship, equal in beauty to orig- 
inal proofs.) 

2462 Virginia Halfpenny, the large type, 1733. 

2463 Pattern Disme, 1792. 2_ J*~ 

2464 Liber Natus Libertatem Defcndo. 

2465 Washington Cent, 1792. 

2466 Washington Half Dollar, 1792; silver plated 




V 



101 



/'’off- 



2407 Washington Twigg Medal. 



4 







2468 


Half Cent, 1793 


splendid, 


resembles 


original proof. 


2469 


<4 


1831 


II 


II 


“ 


2470 


II 


1836 


II 


II 


II 


2471 


1 4 


1840 


II 


14 


- 


2472 


II 


1841 


II 


II 




2473 


II 


1842 


1 1 


II 




2474 


II 


1843 


II 


II 


“ 


2475 


<1 


1844 


II 


II 


A 


2476 


II 


1845 


II 


1 1 


1 1 


2477 


II 


1846 


II 


II 


41 


2478 


II 


1847 


II 


It 


4 4 


2479 


II 


1848 


41 


II 


II 


£480 


II 


1849 


II 


II 


) 


$481 


II 


1852 


II 


II 


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to, 



, ) 7 1 r< , 2482 Half Disme, 1792 ; silver plated. 

2483 Pattern Cent, 1792; head of Liberty ; rev. eagle. 



20 



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■ c , ■) ■ 2493 

i 2494 

J 2495 
O 2496 
2497 

f- f'- 2498 

2499 

<f 



2484 

2485 

2486 

2487 

2488 

2489 

2490 

2491 

2492 



vi. 



/ 2500 

j 0 2501 



Washington “Born Virginia,” &c. 

Medal of Lawrence and Decatur; silver plated, rare. 

Three Cent Piece, 1850 ; silver plated. 

Copy of the Unique Cent of 1818; very rare. 

Seal of John Hancock ; very rare. 

New York Doubloon. 

First Steam Coinage, February. 

Washington, 1791 ; rev. Liverpool ; the rare type. 

Pattern Half Eagle, 1860; God our Trust. 

Pattern Two Cent Piece, 1863, four varieties. 

Pattern Three Cent Piece, 1849. 

Pattern Three Cent Piece, 1850. 

Pattern Three Cent Piece, 1863. 

Washington Liverpool Halfpenny; the very rare type. 

George Clinton piece. 

1802 Half Dime. 

COIN CATALOGUES, &c. 

Daniel E. Groux’s, Lottery Scheme ; fine, rare. 

Groux’s Prospectus of a Numismatic History of the United 
States ; illustrated, rare. 




-7 



102 



V 



9 



tAO> 



2502 



2503 






Dates of United States Coins, and their degree of rarity, by 
J. J. Mickley ; very fine and scarce. 

Henry Whipple & Son’s Trade Catalogue, Salem, Mass., 1858; 

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(LOl 



rare. 









2504 

2505 



Edward Cogan’s private auction sale ; priced. // 

C. B. Norton’s sale at Bangs & Merwin’s, 1858 ; priced, rare. - 



Q 



1851 ). 



2506 

1^4 2o07 

' 2508 
/3 vtu (ju f 2509 

(sfTrfU 2510 
2511 
0^10 

2513 

2514 



/J 

Af 



Henry Bogert’s collection, Feb. 28, March 5th ; priced, rare. / j 
W. L. Bramhall collection, New York, May 4th and 5th ; / + 

priced and named by A H. Satterlee; scarce. 

Addenda to the last ; scarce. 

J. D. Foskett’s collection, New York, June 7th, p. and n. 
scarce. 

A. B. Sage, private sale, June ; priced. 

B. M. & Co., New York, June 21, 22, 23 ; priced, scarce. 

Henry Whitmore’s collection, Nov. 2 and 3 ; priced, scarce. 

B. M. & Co., July 16; partly priced, very rare. ^ 

J. N. T. Levick, Dec. 19, 20 ; priced. 






Z O 



// 



1860 . 

v "2515 Alfred Hewitt’s collection, Jan. 18, 19; priced, rare. 

2516 Edward Groh’s collection, New York, Feb. 28, 29 ; priced, 

fine. 

2517 Addenda to above ; rare. 

// 7 1 - 2518 W. L. Bramhall’s collection, March 26, 27 ; priced and named 

/ by A. II. Satterlee. Cover has some rubbings of rare cards ; ^ t 



// C ' ) 2519 Chas. H. Morse, Boston, March 29 ; priced, extremely rare. 

J n vas 2520 B. M. & Co., New York, April 25, 26; priced, scarce. 

• a ^ ..j 2521 Addenda to the last ; excessively rare. 

^ 2522 B. J. Gallagher’s collection, May 24, 25 ; priced and named.* / C 

2523 Edward Cogan’s collection, May 21, 22, Philadelphia; printed 



scarce . 



prices. 

// 2524 Same ; priced. 

y 2525 J. K. Wiggins’ collection, Boston, May 30 ; rare. 

2526 D. Glosser’s collection, New York, June 28, 29 ; rare. 



/o 

/o 

i 






/; 



/J 






103 








2527 

2528 
529 

7 / r * 2530 

J O 2531 

^ Chr 2532 
0 - 2533 



25 : 



dCK- 



34 
2535 
/' 2530 



Edward Cogan, June 15; priced, scarce. / u 

Leonard & Co., Boston, July 31 ; priced, extremely rare. 2 ^ 

D. Glosser’s collection, New York, July 12, very rare. 

E. Hill’s collection, New York, Sept. 12, 13, 14, scarce. 

H. G. Dwenger’s, New York, Sept. 14, extremely rare. 

Edward Cogan’s collection, Philadelphia, Oct. 18, 19. 

C. H. Morse’s collection, New York, Oct. 17, 18, contains AT 
three-page article by Dr. Shurtleff, on the Washington Coins, 
scarce. 

Leonard & Co., Boston, Oct. 23, 24, rare. /</" 

Prime & Haines’ collection, New York, Nov. 21, 22, priced. / 

J. K. Curtis, Dec. 13, 14, priced, rare. 



1801 . 



' - r ' 2537 Leonard & Co., Boston, Jan. 8, rare. /, 

2538 A. S. Robinson’s collection, New York, Jan. 28, 29, priced, / K " 



rare. 



Ji 2539 Win. King’s collection, New York, March 7, 8, partly priced, 



rare. 



c 2540 D. E. Groux’s collection, Philadelphia, July 29, rare 



/o 



1802 . 



2541 
' v ' 2542 
L/iyC 2543 
2544 



2 . 



/ o 
/o 



■/ 



2545 



■' 2546 

. ' . 2547 

J X n -r 2548 

2549 

2550 

2551 



JC^/25 

ty, c - 25 



B. M. & Co., March 19, 20, priced. ^ ^ r - ( ^ 

J. K. Wiggin’s collection, Philadelphia, March, 25, 20. '' 

B. M. & Co., New' York, April, 22, 23, rare. 

Geo. B. Davis’ collection, New York, April 17, 18, priced, / <; 
scarce. 

W. A. Lilliendahl’s collection, New York, May 20-28, priced. / - 

scarce. 

B. M. & Co., New York, May 8, 9, priced. 

Alfred S. Robinson’s collection, Boston, May 14. priced, rare 
II. Cook’s collection, Boston, July 30, priced, rare. 

B. M. & Co. New York, August 7, priced. 

Rev. J.M. Finotti’s collection. New York, Nov. 11-14, priced 
A. H. Satterlee’s collection, New York, Dec. 16, priced. 



/o 

/J“ 

1ST 

2,0 

2 C 



104 



V ■ 



2552 

2553 
A 2554 



i t 'i$555 

2556 



1863 . 

Benj. Haines’ collection, New York, Jan. 19-23, priced. AT 
Rev. Mr. Hill’s collection, Washington, Jan. 26, rare. 

S. G. Hubbard, Cincinnati, March 18, one of the rarest of coin 
catalogues. / a -• 

W, E. Woodward, Providence, March 27, priced, rare. / 'd 

Henry A. Smith’s collection, New York, March 24-26, priced. * ~ ' 



o 2557 
2558 

s* -iv, t'U 2«59 

\ 'rtiLLo 2 56o 

2561 

2562 

/> J / 2563 
* 



2564 



j 2565 

' y > ■ ' '2566 
/ ,, 2567 

2568 



<TZ> 

/ 0 

v<r 

>rc 

zx- 

/ 

/ 

/<T~ 

XJ — 



/ w 



vc 



2569 

2570 

2571 
/, 2572 

2573 



2574 
/, 2575 

2576 

^ <Z)U>^ ^577 

- J2578 



2579 

/ 2580 

2581 

c 

J C<)^Ory^2b82 



Alfred S. Hunter, Washington, March 9, rare. 

Edward Cogan, Philadelphia, April 7, 8, priced. 

W. E. Woodward, New York, April 28, May 1, priced. 

Same with names, rare. 

Alfred S. Robinson, New York, May 1, priced, rare. 

A. J. Harrison’s collection, New York, June 9, priced. 

B. M. & Co., Antiquities, June 23, rare. 

Leonard & Co., Boston, June 24, priced, rare. 

H. A. Muhlenberg, New York, June 9-11, priced. 

John M. Jewel, New York, June 18, priced. 

Betts’ Addenda, June 9, priced, rare. 

A. S. Robinson’s collection, New York, May 1 ; priced and 
named, rare. 

H. H. Leeds & Co., New York, Sept. 8 ; very rare. 

Geo. F. Seavey, New York, Sept. 22, 23 ; priced. 

Jackson’s collection, New York, Oct. 7 ; priced. 

B. , M. & Co., New York, Addenda, Oct. 24; priced, rare. / 0 
M. Thomas & Sons, Philadelphia, Nov. 3 ; priced and named 

very rare. v ^ 

Henry Cook’s collection, Boston, Nov. 24 ; priced, rare. 

Thomas & Sons, mostly books, Nov. 10-12 ; rare. 

W. E. Woodward’s collection, New York, Oct. 20-24; priced. ; 
Addenda to the above ; priced, very rare. 

J. Colburn’s collection, New York, Oct. 21, 22, priced ; only 
fifty printed. 

B. M. & Co., New York, Dec. 28, 29 ; priced, rare. 

Jackson’s collection, New York, Oct. 7 ; priced. 

W. E. Woodward’s collection, New York, Oct, 20-24; priced, 



uncut. 

Addenda to above; priced, rare. 



105 



Xo 



2583 Thomas & Sons, Philadelphia, Nov. 3 ; priced, rare. a r 

2584 J. Colburn’s collection, New York, Oct. 20, 21 ; priced, rare, 

only fifty printed. 

2585 Cook’s Boston, Nov. 24; priced, rare. 

2586 Geo. H. Blake’s collection, Salem, Dec. 1 ; priced, rare. 

' /> 2587 W. E. Woodward’s collection, Providence, Dec. 21; priced, A r 

rare, 

18 ( 54 . 

C 2588 Leonard A Co., Boston, Jan. 5; priced, rare. 

2589 Thus. Riley’s collection, New York, Jan. 13; priced, rare / 

2590 Addenda to above ; printed prices, very rare. 

, „ '40O&C 2591 Geo. A. Leavitt, New York, Jan. 20; priced. 

2592 Wm, A. Butters A Co., Chicago, Feb. 24; priced, excessively 






rare. 



7 ^ 

2593 W. E. Woodward’s collection, Providence ; March 30; priced, 

scarce. 

2594 Thomas A Sons, Philadelphia, March 17 ; priced, extremely 



rare. 



2595 Henry Cook’s collection, Boston, April 19; priced, rare. 

2596 John Allen’s collection, New York, May 2 ; 344 pages, priced. 



AT 



2597 Addenda to above, Autographs, Ac. ; rare. / y 

2598 J. F. McCoy’s collection, New York, May 17-21 ; priced, 

contains extra title page. * 

2599 Addenda to above ; scarce. 

2600 Collection of C. Wyllys Betts, New York, May 21; priced, 

scarce. 

2601 Geo. F. Seavey’s collection, New York, June 21 ; priced. /-' 

2602 Edward Cogan’s collection, New Y7>rk, June 29, 30; priced. / J 

2603 Addenda, New York, June 30; priced, scarce. 

2604 G. W. Beckford, Boston, July 13; priced, rare. 

2605 Geo. Williams’ collection, Boston, July 27 ; priced, very rare. VO 

2606 Prize Steamers Little Ada A llouen, Boston, Aug. 24. (One 

lot American Half Dollars) ; very rare. / 2— 

Q , , 2607 Stevens’ collection, Boston, Sept. 21 ; partly priced, extremely 

rare. 

2608 Henry Cook's collection, Boston, Oct. 5; priced, very rare. 

2609 W. E. Woodward’s collection, New York, Oct. 18-22 • priced 

2610 Leonard A Co., Boston, Nov. 16; priced, very rare. , 



2611 

2612 

2613 

2614 



Addenda to the last ; priced, extremely rare. / 

G. W. Beckford & Co., Boston, Dee. 14 ; excessively rare. /if 
Addenda to the above ; extremely rare. Ji f 

Mr. Chaplin’s (alias, Gointoem Strong’s) collection, Boston. AT* 



2615 

2616 

2617 

2618 
/ 2619 



2620 

2621 



Dr. J. B. Chilton’s collection, New York, March 13-20 ; priced. ^ c 
Addenda to the last, March 13 ; priced, scarce. / .2- 

B. M. & Co., March 17 ; priced, scarce. 

Thomas & Sons. Philadelphia, March 24 ; rare. 

\Y. E. Woodward’s collection, New York, March 20-25 ; 
priced. 

Edward Cogan’s collection, New York, June 29. VvT 

Mr. Chadbourn’s collection, Providence, June 29. (Sale did 
not take place.) d 






MISCELLANEOUS. 



2622 Catalogue of American Store Cards, &c., with space for mark- 

ing the condition, price and rarity of each piece. Designed 
for convenience and use of collectors ; rare. 

2623 The Presidential serie.^ by A. H. Satterlee, paper uncut. 38 

2624 The De Haven Collection, sold by Mr. Cogau in 1861. 

2625 Catalogue of Tokens circulating during the Rebellion of 1861, ; a 

by Pliny E. Chase. Very scarce. 

2626 Wm. H. Dayton’s Sale Catalogue, N. Y. 1860. Priced, rare. 

2627 Chas. Edward Bennett’s Sale Catalogue, Cincinnati. Priced, . ^ i 

rare. 

2628 Geo. 11. Blake’s Private Auction Sale, with prices and names, 

much soiled, but very rare. 

2629 Edward Rohan, Boston, Private Sale, very rare, and very 

dirty. 

2630 W. C. Tripler’s Collection Auction Sale, Philadelphia, Oct. 28, 

1859, Manuscript Copy, with prices and names of purchasers. 

Very rare. 

2631 W. L. Ilildeburn, Collection Manuscript Copy, with cost and C 

estimated value of each piece. The collection contains the 
celebrated copper dollar of 1794. 







107 



2632 Addenda to the sale of J. YV. Y\ r ildey’s Collection, N. Y. 

April 30, 1861. Very scarce. 

2633 Edward Cogan’s Collection, sold by private auction, Nov. 1, / / 

1858, priced. 

2634 J. J. Mickley’s Table of Dates, and liurity of American Coins. / 

Scarce. 

2635 Another copy. 







PAPER MONEY. 

No. of Piece* 

2636 September 26, 1778; $7, 820, 830/ $50, $60, Conti- 

nental 5 

2637 January 14, 1779; $20, $35, $45, $55, $70, Conti- 
nental 5 

2638 February 17, 1776; $2, Continental 1 

2639 April 29, 1780; $4, New Hampshire, rare 1 

2640 May 5, 1780; $1, $ 2 , $3, $4, $5, $7, $ 8 , $20, 

Massachusetts. Signed by Baldwin, Cranch, Davis, 

Wales, and others 8 

2641 Another set similar to the last, fine 8 

2642 August 13, 1776 ; New York, $2, fine, rare 1 

2643 April 3, 1772 ; 18d., 2s., Pennsylvania 2 

2644 October 1, 1773 ; 2s., 10s., 30s., Pennsylvania, scarce- 3 

2645 July 20, 1775; 30s., Pennsylvania, fine 1 

2646 April 10, 1777 ; 3d., 4d., Pennsylvania 2 

2647 October 1, 1773; 50s., Pennsylvania, very fine 1 

2648 December 8 , 1775 ; 40s., Pennsylvania 1 

2649 January 1, 1776 ; 6 s. 10s., Delaware. Signed by John 

McKenzie, M. C., from Delaware, 1777, 1778 2 

2650 January 1, 1767 ; 84, Maryland 1 

2651 March 1, 1770; 8 ) 5 , $£, $2, $4, $ 6 , 88 , Maryland 6 

2652 April 10, 1774; $3, 82, $4, $8, Maryland, all fine 4 

2653 October 1, 1773; 2s., 3s., 10s., 20 s., 50s., Pennsyl- 

vania, all fine __ 5 

2654 April 10, 1777 ; 16s., 20s., Pennsylvania, fine 2 

2655 April 6 , 1776; 10s., Pennsylvania __ 1 

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2665 



2666 

2667 



2668 

2669 



Massachusetts State Lottery ticket, March 2, 1790, signed by 
David Cobb, Aid to Gen. Washington. 

Massachusetts Soldier’s Note for £15, February 5, 1780, pay- 
able January 1, 1783, with interest; bears the device of the 
Pinetree and rattlesnake, executed by Paul Revere; fine, 
and verv rare. 

Massachusetts Consolidated Note, September 27, 1777, for 
£220, payable May 10, 1782, with interest ; bears the cele- 
brated “sword in hand” device; engraved by Col. Paul 
Revere; very fine, and rare. 

Receipt for assessment on 60 shares of stock in the R. I. Coal 
Co., signed Jos. May, treasurer ; Col. May was secretary of 
the Ohio Co., and called its first meeting August 7, 1787. 

Receipt for rum, Salem, July 10, 1765, signed John Derby ; 
Capt. Derby’s name appears on the rare medal “ Columbia 
and Washington ;” he also brought to this country the first 
news of the cessation of hostilities in the War of the Revo- 
lution, April 4, 1783. 

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Check for $1,000, signed by Col. Benjamin Pickman, M. C. 

N. II. Lottery Ticket, June 17, 1802, signed by Judge Sam’l 
Blodgett, the founder of Manchester, N. II. 

Certificate for Stock in the Essex Fire and Marine Co., signed 
by Dr. Nathaniel Bowditch; Dr. B. was the translator of the 
“ Mecanicjue Celeste,” author of the “ Practical Navigator,” &c. 

Another certificate signed by Dr. Bowditch. 

Massachusetts Commissioners’ Loan Receipt, May 10, 1792, 
signed by Caleb Stark, C. S., a relative of Gen. John Stark, 
was an ensign at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Massachusetts Loan Office Receipt, Dec. 31, 1734. 

Certificate of transfer of Massachusetts six per cent. Stock to 
the Treasurer of the United States, July 3, 1817, signed by 
Benj. Austin, Commissioner of Loans. 

Massachusetts Treasury Receipt, Jan. 28, 1783, for £6 0 lOd. 

Certificate for $774 48, due to Redford Webster, of Boston, 
from the United States Loan Office, Massachusetts, May 1, 
1792, signed Nathaniel Appleton, Commissioner, signature 
damaged, an assignment to J. McLean, from Webster, en- 
dorsed on the back. 



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2670 $1,000 Note of the Confederate States of America; genuine 
very fine and rare. 

a. '; ^ ‘ 2671 $500 Note, Confederate States ; genuine, fine, scarce. 

*2672 $50 Note, Confederate States ; genuine, fine, scarce. 

2673 $20 Note, Confederate States; genuine, fine. X 

2674 $ 10 Note, Confederate States ; genuine, fine. ■ 

2675 $5 Note, Confederate States; genuine, fine. 

2676 A demand against Geo. II. Blake, of Salem, for coins pur- 

chased at auction, of F. J. Sheldon, Providence, March 30th , 
1864. 

2677 Another demand against the same party, for coins purchased 

at auction in New York city. 

2678 A coin cabinet, 2 feet 4£ inches high, 20 inches wide, and 20 

inches deep, outside measurement; contains 29 drawers, run- 
ning in grooves for economy of space. The material is rose- 
wood, with ebony trimmings, elegantly inlaid with mother-of- 
pearl ; the ( drawers are lined with flannel and numbered on 
tablets of mother-of-pearl. This cabinet belonged to the late 
llobert E. Bach, of Brooklyn, is of English manufacture, was 
purchased by him in London, in 1830, and cost 30 guineas, 
it is in excellent order, and most desirable, being thoroughly 
built, and very elegant in appearance. 



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Many of the pieces offered in this lot have now become quite scarce. 



HARTFORD: 

PKTNTED BY COBURN & CLARK, 
321 Main Street. 




CATALOGUE. 



1 Edwin Forrest. Tin, “Rose by bis own efforts,” size 20. 

2 Great Eastern. Tin, “Built by Scott Russell,” size 20. 

3 Hog, “ My third heat,” 1834. Brass, rare in this metal, size 18. 

4 Henry Clay, rev. “The Constitution, the Union, Ac.” Very tare, size 

18, proof, brass. 

5 Henry Clay, “ Let us encourage, Ac.” size 23. badly pierced, very 

scarce. 

0 Old Hickory took the responsibility. Size 23, silver plated, proof. 

7 Same as last, brass, proof. 

8 Same as last, copper, proof. 

9 George Washington, rev. Ben]. Franklin, size 20, in white metal 

10 George Washington, rev. tomb, Resurgimus, size 20. in white metal. 

1 1 Edward Everett, rev. Jos. II. Merriam’s card, size 20, copper. 

12 Edward Everett, rev. Boston, July Fourth, Ac. White metal, size 20. 

13 Head of Forrest, rev. E. Hill's card. White metal, size 10. 

1 1 Daniel Webster, rev. E. Hill’s card. White metal, size 10. 

15 John C. Heenan, Champion of America, rev. Merriam's card. White 
metal, size 20. 

1(1 Same as last. Copper, very fine impression. 

17 Martin Van Buren, the fearless Democrat. Silver plated, proof, 

size 23. 

18 Same as last. Brass, proof. 

10 Same as last. Copper, proof, very fine impression. 

20 Thomas Sayers, rev. Merriam's card. Copper, proof, size 20, line. 

21 Same as last. Tin. 

22 Thomas Sayers, by Smith A Hartman. Size 22, tin. 

23 Old Middle Dutch Church, rev. a Riding School for British Dragoons. 

Size 23, copper, proof, very scarce. 

24 Daniel Webster, “I still Live." Tin, size. 20. 

25 Robert Fulton, rev. copy of the first Steamboat. Silver plated, proof, 

size 24. 

20 Same as last. Brass, proof. 

27 Same as last. Copper, proof. 

28 Major General Anthony Wayne. Silver plated, proof, size 24. 

29 Same as last. Brass. 

30 Same as last. Copper, fine color. 



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.'il Major General .John C. Fremont, the coming Man. Tin, size 27, rare. 

32 Same as last. Brass, proof, rare. 

33 Same as last. Copper, proof, rare. 

34 Abraham Lincoln, “ No more Slave Territory.” Tin, size 20. 

35 Abraham Lincoln, “No more Slave Territory." Size 10, tin. 

30 “ I will never use Tobacco.” Brass, tine, size 10. 

37 John C. Fremont, eagle on globe. Brass, size 15. 

38 “Success to Republican Principles.” Brass, size 10. 

00 Stephen A. Douglas, rev. M. T. O. B. Tin, size 12. 

40 Same as last. Nickle. 

41 Stephen A. Douglas, Little Giant, rev. Declaration, Ac. Tin, Size 12. 

42 Washington, “The Hero, Arc.” Tin, size 17. 

44 Copy of Non-Dependent Status. Copper, proof, size IK, fine impres- 
sion. 

44 E. Perkins, Congress Street, card. Tin, size 18. 

45 Kendall’s card. Tin, size 18. 

40 Patriae Pater, rev. E. Hill’s card. Size 10. 

47 Copy of Rosa Americana. Copper, proof, very fine impression, size 23. 

48 George Washington, 1789, rev. eagle. Copper, proof, fine, size 21. 

4!) Victoria Half-penny. Copper, proof, size 19. 

50 Albert Edward, Prince of Wales. Brass, proof, size 20. 

51 Benjamin Franklin, rev. “Time is Money.” Copper, proof, size 21 

52 The Havana Express. Tin, proof, size 21. 

53 Waterbary Brass Co. card. Size 15. 

54 Betchler Gold Dollar of North Carolina. Now very scarce. 

55 California Gold Dollar, 1853, octagon. 

5(5 1801 Half Dollar. Ordinary condition, scarce. 

5 T 1802 Half Dollar. Ordinary condition, rare. 

58 1796 Quarter Dollar, Poor. 

59 1805 Quarter Dollar. Very fine. 

(it) 1806 Quarter Dollar. Very fine. 

(il 1807 Quarter Dollar. Fine. 

62 1818 Quarter Dollar. Exceedingly fine. 

63 Another fully equal to the last. 

(il 1819 Quarter Dollar. Uncirculated. 

65 1820 Quarter Dollar. Fine. 

66 1821 Quarter Dollar. Fine. 

67 1825 Quarter Dollar. Very fine. 

68 1795 Cent. Thin die, good con lition. 

69 Declaration of Independence Token. Copper, proof, size 12. 

70 Same as last. Brass, proof. 

71 Eagle on Globe, “ United States of America,” rev. “ Exploring Expe- 

dition.” In poor condition but very rare. 

72 George Washington, rev. Benjamin Franklin. Tin, size 21. 

73 Fireman’s Medal, 1860. Tin, proof, size 20. 

74 Same as last Brass, proof. 

75 George Washington, rev. Oration, &c. Tin, proof, size 20. 



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1840 Cent. Bright, uncirculated, tine. 

1700 Dime. Poor condition, scarce. 

1805 Dime. Good condition. 

1807 Dime. Very ordinary, scarce. 

1811 Dime. Very good indeed, and rare. 

1811 Dime. Badly pierced, date perfect 
1831 Dime. May be called proof. 

1837 Dime. Very tine. 

1839 Dime. Liberty seated, fine. 

183.7 Half Dime. Bright, fine. 

1855 Flying Eagle Cent. Vickie. 

Lovett’s Washington, rev. Mount Vernon. Tux, size 34. 

Harrison, the People’s Choice. Silver plated, size 10. 

Benjamin Franklin, rev. “Time is Money.” Brilliant proof, copper, 
size 30. 

Washington, Oration by Everitt Tin, size 30. 

Edwin Forrest. Tin, size 20, brilliant proof. 

Great Eastern. Tin, size 20, proof. 

1843 Silver Dollar. Ordinary. 

Ordinary but scarce. 

Very fine, rare. 

Finer than last 
Bright, fine. 



1850 Silver Dollar. 

1802 Silver Dollar. 

1802 Silver Dollar. 

1802 Silver Dollar. 

1802 Silver Dollar. 

1802 Silver Dollar. 

1839 Silver Dollar, Flying Eagle, 
very rare. 



Bright, fine. 
Bright, fine. 



Proof, very slightly scratched, 



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AMERICAN NUMISMATIC 



ANI) 

Archaeological Society 

Propose soon to issue a Medal in honor of the 

Memory of 

PRESIDENT LINCOLN. 

The obv. will bear his bust, with the inscription, 
“Salvator Patriae;” rev. “In Memory of the Life, 
Acts, and Death of Abraham Lincoln, born Feb. 12, 
1899; died April 15, 1865;” the whole surrounded 
by a beautiful wreath and scrolls, on which is inscribed 
the name of the Society. 

The metal will be bronze, and the size of the Medal 
52, or inches in diameter. 

PRICE: $ 5.00 EACH. 

As no expense will be spared, it is hoped that the 
Medal will do credit both to the Society and the coun- 
ty- 

Subscriptions may be forwarded to, or information 
concerning the Medal obtained of, 

JOHN HANNAH, 

Chairman of Committee , 

75 William Street, New York City. 

Any subscriptions sent to Mr. Woodward will be 
forwarded free of expense to the Society, or the sub- 
scriber. 



W. ELLIOT WOODWARD, 

ROXBURY, MASS., 

liKAI.KR IN 



AMERICAN So FOREIGN 




Constantly on hand a great variety of 

WASHINGTONS, COLONIALS, PATTERN PIECES, 



AND THK 



REGULAR ISSUES OF THE UNITED STATES MINT. 



Having always on hand a large collection of coins, most ordinary pieces, itnd 
many of great rarity, can be furnished to order. 

Parcels of coins forwarded for examination and selection, to parties known to 
me, or furnishing suitable references. 



Large or small ot 




At the present time a line collection wanted of the value of from three thousand 
to ten thousand dollars. 



Cabinets arranged and catalogued : collections prepared for sale by auction or 
otherwise; auction sales attended in New York, Poston, and Philadelphia, and 
purchases made for the usual commission. 

Correspondence solicited with all who wish to buy, sell, or exchange coins. 

Priced, and priced and named Catalogues furnished to order, of all the princi- 
ple Coin sales ever held in the country. 

A few copies of the John Allan catalogue for sale, priced in full, $5, with 
prices and purchasers’ names, $10. 

La riy- printed, rare, and curious American Book wanted ; also, Local Histories, 
ami hooks relating to Washington. 



For „ny of which a reasonable price will be paid, or a liberal exchange given 
in books or coins. For the purpose of exchanging, I have purchased the balance 
of the editions of several scarce books, and have besides ha 1 printed, at the 
Riverside and Munsell presses, limited editions of several valuable works. 



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